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November 22, 2009

Court ask school to let student sit for exam

New Delhi: Coming to the rescue of a Class 1 student, a city court on Saturday asked a school to allow her to appear in the examination despite her father's dispute with the school authorities over fee payment.


Senior Civil Judge Vinod Yadav advised Richmond Global School to allow the girl to take her mathematics paper which she could not take on Saturday due to a pending dispute over fee payment. The court observed that academic career of the child should not be disrupted by the dispute.

The school authorities informed the court that Kailash Bansal, the father of the student, used to pay fees on a quarterly basis but the school wanted him to pay every month.

The court asked Bansal to deposit the fees of her daughter within two days.

Bansal had approached the court alleging the school authorities had not allowed his daughter to appear in the mid-term examinations which began on Saturday because the fees had not been deposited. IANS

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