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SC gives nod to nursery admissions in Delhi
Repressing the 27 February notification issued by the Delhi government about the inter-state transfer (IST) category for nursery admission, Supreme Court on Wednesday lifted the stay on nursery admissions in Delhi. Parents across the city would be relieved with this SC decision.

The Supreme Court has asked the Delhi Government to raise the number of seats, if they are not able to accommodate the students, who approached them. An apex court bench constituting of Justice HL Dattu, Justice MY Eqbal and Justice SA Bobde, delivered the judgment today.

A Supreme Court Lawyer said, “The Hon'ble Supreme Court announced the judgment on the Nursery admissions, and the judgment says that, the 27 February notification has been struck down and it has been said that, as the admission process was already started, so it was difficult to bring any change in it. And the relief will be given to all the parents who have approached the High Court or the Supreme Court,'' reported ANI.

He also said that, if by any reason the seats are filled in the schools, where the parents have approached for admission of their kids, then  seats will be increased in those schools.

This judgment has cleared all speculations about the nursery admissions and the inter state transfer. The nursery admissions were stopped in the city by the Supreme Court on April 11 after some parents challenged the February 27 notification, scrapping the IST quota. They had come to the Apex Court after the Delhi High Court allowed admissions without considering the IST cases.

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