The government has also scrapped 62 “arbitrary and discriminatory” criteria listed by the schools on their websites for admissions. However, the 25 per cent quota for the Economically Weaker Section (EWS) will stay. The decision came in the mid of the admission process for nursery classes in over 2,500 private schools in the capital.


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