The guidelines will ensure that parents are not harassed, says education minister Lovely
Jasleen Kaur | December 6, 2010
Delhi education minister Arvinder Singh Lovely on Monday ensured that the nursery admission guidelines will be issued in the next few days.
The Delhi government is consulting its legal department on Nursery admission guidelines which, the minister said, will give its report in two days. The minister added that schools will soon be notified regarding the guidelines.
On the random selection suggested by the HRD guideline, Lovely said that random does not only really mean lottery system. He added that a middle path will be acquired so that parents are not harassed. He also said that it will be ensured that a method like pick and chose will not be allowed.
The parents and the school authorities had earlier raised their voice against the lottery system.
The government had already announced that the admission process will start from January 1, 2011, and it will continue for three months before ending on 31st March.
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