Education Cases In High Court
Education is a fundamental right of every citizen of India. Every State of India shall provide free and compulsory education to all children of the age of six to fourteen years in such manner as the state may, by law, determine. But Every right is coupled with a duty. Part III of the constitution of India although confers rights, duties, and regulations are inherent there-under.
Every student has some duty towards his institution because an institution has to follow some rule and regulations for maintaining the decorum of the institution. But during this education period, students faced some problem due to his unawareness or carelessness and the strict decision of the institution which affect the students in the future.
Here we are discussing some issues which may arise between in the student and institution-
Correction of Name/ Change of Name in Marksheet –
One of the main issues faced by most the students is the printing of wrong name or incomplete name on the mark-sheet of the 10th and +2 classes and which they knew that after declaring the result. These documents are the base of all other documents in the future.
Discharged from the Course –
After completing the school student took admission in the college, the college run under the university and university governed by the rules of Govt. Of India. In college, the student joins a new course like B.Tech, MBA, MBBS, BDS, LLB, etc… etc. Every course has minimum and maximum duration and student have to complete his course within the prescribed period otherwise institution has the power to disqualify/discharge the student from the course.
Dispute at the Admission –
Sometimes, in the institution(College, University Campus)limited seats are available for the new students and these days mostly institute admit the students by conducting the entrance examination and which student cleared the exam they got the admission. But some times due to the reservation or any other risen dispute is arises on admission. In that case, when an eligible student could not get the admission he will suffer from an irreparable loss.
Not Allowed to Appear in Examination –
In every institution, there is the one condition of 75% compulsory attendance for appearing in the examination and if any student does not fulfill this condition then institution not allowing him/her to sit in the examination. In that case, student have to approach the authorities for taking permission for appearing the examination.
In all the above situations when the dispute is not resolved by the authorities and concerned person. The student can file the case/writ in the High Court.