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    Student seeks legal remady from High Court Chandigarh

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    Student seeks legal remady from High Court Chandigarh

    In a common sense, meaning of law is constitue of some rule which  a person bound to obey but in other sense law is protector of fundamental rights of a person. Education is one of the fundamental right of person and our constitution provide this right to all Indian citizen even rich and poor both.

    Education is:

    The act or process of imparting or acquiring general knowledge, developing the powers of reasoning and judgment, and generally ofpreparing oneself or others intellectually for mature life.


    The act or process of imparting or acquiring particular knowledge or skills, as for a profession.
    Education is divided in two levels 1. School level, 2. College level.

    Every educational institution has policies for running his institution, some the of policies made by the government for the educational institution and some policies made by the institution himself. Most of the educational institution is made by the government in the interest of the public because it’s a duty of the government of the every state to educate the people of the area and provide a better education’s atmosphere to the students. For running the institution, every institution made some committee, which run the institution on the behalf of the Government and same committee has power to appoint the staff and taking the admission of the student.


    Now here we are taking about the rights of students. Sometimes students has some dispute with the institution regarding any policy of the institution which effect the academic future of the student, the admission process, admission fee, facility of hostel, regarding the examination, wrong suspension from the institution and many more things happens between students and institution. When any things happened wrong with the students they had taken two steps 1. Make an application to the head of the dept. or vice chancellor of the institution, 2. Make protest against institution.


    Beside these two steps, students of the institution of punjab, haryana and chandigarh could file a writ petition against the decision of the institution in the Hon’ble High Court chandigarh for their grievance, if the institution not heard their voice. It is not matter that how much strength (counting) of students. If a single student feels aggrieved due the any decision of the institution, which he seems may be wrong and against  could be approach the Hon’ble High Court Chandigarh.

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