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Sep 14 2001 (HC)

The Government of Tamil Nadu, Rep. by Its Secretary, Department of Sch ...

Court : Chennai

Reported in : AIR2002Mad195

..... of education or not sending a child to take education has been recognised as an offence. the learned counsel therefore stressed that there had to be ..... children upto 14 years of age was considered to be a 'fundamental right' in unnikrishnan's case. mr.k. chandru, learned senior counsel also referred to the act the tamil nadu compulsory elementary education act, 1994 passed by the state government. it was also pointed out that all these applications were on behalf of the managements who were prepared to start the teachers' training institutes without ..... was bound to open many more primary, elementary and middle schools to spread education and to make education available to every child upto 14 years. in this behalf, the learned counsel also invited our attention to an enactment passed by the state of tamil nadu, viz., 'the tamil nadu compulsory elementary education act, 1994 (t.n.act 33 of 1995) in which the education has been made compulsory for each child and depriving a child .....

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Aug 14 2012 (HC)

R. Thirunavukkarasau and Others Vs. the State of Tamil Nadu, Rep.by It ...

Court : Chennai

..... . for instance, the law relating to school education in the state of tamil nadu is governed by the following acts and rules:- (i) the tamil nadu recognised private schools (regulation) act, 1973. (ii) the tamil nadu recognised private schools (regulation) rules, 1974. (iii) the tamil nadu compulsory elementary education act, 1994. (iv) the tamil nadu compulsory elementary education rules, 1998. (v) the tamil nadu elementary education act, 1920. (vi) the rules relating to elementary schools framed under the tamil nadu elementary education act, 1920. (vii) the tamil nadu educational rules, which date back to 1892 ..... . (viii) the board of regulations for approving the nursery and primary schools. (ix) the tamil nadu minority .....

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Mar 15 2016 (HC)

Deva Asir Vs. The Secretary to Government, School Education Department ...

Court : Chennai Madurai

..... right of children to free and compulsory education act, 2009, that provides for compulsory education upto the age of fourteen. 28.7. the statement of objects and reasons for enacting the said ..... non-teaching posts, while these schools are already in receipt of the same. submission (ix) : 31.1. in the light of the tamil nadu compulsory elementary education act, 1994 and article 21-a of the constitution read with the right of children to free and compulsory education act, 2009, i am of the considered view that the state cannot deny aid to the private aided schools at school level. that ..... school will be punished. in fact, the legislative prescription found in tamilnadu provides compulsory education to the children has a history behind it. 28.6. in my view, the principle laid down in the said judgment squarely applies to the facts of these writ petitions. the tamil nadu government enacted tamil nadu compulsory elementary education act, 1994, even before insertion of article 21-a in the constitution and the enactment of .....

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May 14 2008 (HC)

The Unemployed Secondary Grade Teachers Welfare Association Vs. the St ...

Court : Chennai

Reported in : (2008)6MLJ224

..... enabling the corporation to prescribe that the candidates in the concerned local employment exchange alone were eligible to apply but, the provisions in the special rules for the tamil nadu elementary educational subordinate service and the tamil nadu state and subordinate service rules specifically so contemplated. while accepting the contention that law contemplated under article 16(3) can be made only by parliament, it was observed ..... (compulsory notification of vacancies) act, 1959 and rules 1960, vacancies other than the posts of a technical and scientific nature carrying a basic pay of rs. 1400/- or more per month shall be notified by 'local employment exchange' itself and since salary of a secondary grade teacher was below the aforesaid limit and since selection is to be made by the district elementary educational ..... judge has concluded that as per rule 10a of the tamil nadu state and subordinate service rules, recruitment can be made only from the candidates sponsored by the employment exchange. as per the provisions contained in the employment exchanges (compulsory notification of vacancies) act, 1959, hereinafter referred to as 'the act', and the employment exchanges (compulsory notification of vacancies) rules, 1960, hereinafter referred to as 'the .....

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Nov 03 2015 (HC)

T.S. Anbarasu and Others Vs. The State of Tamil Nadu, Rep. by its Secr ...

Court : Chennai

..... petitions. 5. the case of the petitioners is that the parliament enacted the right of children to free and compulsory education act, 2009, (act) and in exercise of the power conferred under section 23(1) of the act, the national council for teacher education (ncte), issued notification dated 23.08.2010, prescribing eligibility criteria for appointment as teachers. as per the prescription, ..... (tet) as a minimum qualification for appointment to the post of graduate assistant in classes vi to x in the schools coming under the directorate of school education and elementary education to the petitioners who have completed certificate verification process for the said posts based on their employment exchange seniority and for a consequential direction to the respondents to ..... test as a minimum qualification for appointment to the posts of graduate assistants in classes vi to x in the schools coming under the directorate of school education and elementary education to the petitioners who have completed the certificate verification process for the said posts based on employment exchange seniority and consequently direct the respondents to select the ..... review petitioners/petitioners in future vacancies without insisting them to appear for tet. against the order passed by the division bench in the review application, the government of tamil nadu preferred appeals to the hon'ble supreme court in civil appeal nos.9204-05/2014. the appeals were allowed by order dated 23.09.2014, and the order .....

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Aug 23 2007 (HC)

K.R. Ramaswamy @ Traffic Ramaswamy Vs. State rep. by Special Officer, ...

Court : Chennai

Reported in : AIR2008Mad25; 2007(5)CTC113; (2007)5MLJ486

..... sub-section (1), the pattern of education shall be as follows:part-i tamil (compulsory)part-ii english (compulsory)part-iii other subjects (mathematics, science, social science, etc.)part-iv students who do not have either tamil or english as their mother tongue can study their mother tongue as an optional subject.2. pursuant to the act, the director of elementary education issued the circular in na. ka ..... the state, in its wisdom and as a matter of policy, make tamil language a compulsory subject in all the schools?(iii) if so, whether such policy would include the introduction of tamil as compulsory subject in all schools from standard i onwards?(iv) whether the circular issued by the director of elementary education is violative of articles 14, 29(1) and 30(1) of ..... j.1. in order to ensure that all students studying in standards i to x in all schools in the state to learn tamil as compulsory subject, the government of tamil nadu, as a policy, enacted the tamil nadu tamil learning act, 2006 (act no. 13 of 2006) (hereinafter referred to as the 'act'), which received the assent of the governor on the 9th june, 2006, and published in the ..... language as one of the medium of instruction has been recognised by the supreme court in the judgment in english medium students parents association v. state of karnataka and ors. (1994) 1 scc 550 : . in that case, under the perspective of promotion of kannada, the government of karnataka appointed a committee of six persons with dr. v.k. gokak as .....

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Sep 25 2014 (HC)

S.Vincent Vs. 1.State of Tamil Nadu,

Court : Chennai

..... 18 of the report that ".education and particularly that of elementary/basic education has to be qualitative and for that the trained teachers are required"..34. even in the state of tamil nadu v. k.shyam sundar [2011 (4) ctc874, the supreme court pointed out that ".the right of a child should not be restricted only to free and compulsory education, but should be extended to ..... years.". by the very same amendment, article 21-a was inserted, making the right to elementary education as a fundamental right.5. therefore, parliament enacted the right of children to free and compulsory education act, 2009 (act 35 of 2009), with the object of providing for free and compulsory education to all children of the age of 6 to 14 years.6. chapter-iv of the ..... the standards of teaching in government schools actually led to an exodus of children to private schools, accelerating the process of commercialisation of education. (b) about 15 years thereafter, the government of tamil nadu enacted the tamil nadu teachers education university act under act no.33 of 2008 and a university was established. the website of the university discloses that, as on date, there are 685 ..... 51% of urban children were enrolled in private schools. part of this increase in private school enrolment has come about through a decline in enrolment in government-aided schools. in 1994, nearly 22% of rural children were enrolled in government-aided schools. by 2005, this declined to a bare 7% in rural areas and 5% in urban areas. at .....

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Aug 09 2011 (SC)

State of T.Nadu and ors. Vs. K Shyam Sunder and ors.

Court : Supreme Court of India

..... appointed from amongst persons having knowledge and practical experience in the field of elementary education and child development. the state advisory council would advise the state government on implementation of the provisions of the act 2009 in an effective manner. c. the cabinet of the state of tamil nadu took a decision on 29.8.2009 that it will implement the uniform ..... a committee for suggesting a uniform system of school education. the said committee submitted its report on 4.7.2007. then another committee was appointed to implement suggestions/recommendations made by the said committee. b. during the intervening period, the right of children to free and compulsory education act, 2009 (hereinafter called the act 2009), enacted by the parliament, came into force ..... , a common syllabus and a common curriculum is required. the right of a child should not be restricted only to free and compulsory education, but should be extended to have quality education without any discrimination on the ground of their economic, social and cultural background. arguments of the propagators of this movement draw support from the judgment of u. ..... with effect from 1.4.2010 providing for free and compulsory education to every child of the age of 6 to 14 years in a neighbourhood school till completion of elementary education i.e. upto 8th standard. the act 2009 provided that curriculum and the evaluation procedure would be laid down by an academic authority to .....

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Sep 21 2012 (HC)

Lakshmi School and Others Vs. State of Tamil Nadu and Others

Court : Chennai

..... those students of weaker sections and disadvantaged group shall be reimbursed by the state. to implement the provisions of right to free education act, tamil nadu government framed tamil nadu right of children to free and compulsory education rules, 2011. section 11 deals with reimbursement of purchase and expenditure by the state government for the purpose of sub-section 2 of section 12. rule 9(1) ..... 2(j) is generic in nature, learned advocate general urged us to adopt purposive interpretation of section 2(j) of tamil nadu schools (regulation of collection of fee) act, 2009 in the light of the right of children to free and compulsory education act, 2009. 18. drawing our attention to bye-law no.11, the learned advocate general submitted that in view of cbse ..... is to regulate the collection of fee by schools in the state of tamil nadu. excluding the cbse schools and icse schools from the ambit of the act would defeat the object of the act. now by virtue of section 12(1)(c) of right of children to free and compulsory education act, all the schools established within the territory of the state shall admit ..... the territory of - (a)a state, the state government; (b) a union territory having legislature, the government of that union territory; 56. under section 2(f) of the act, "elementary education" means the education from first class to eighth class. as per section 18, no school is to be established without obtaining certificate of recognition. section 18 reads as under: "18: no school .....

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Jul 11 2012 (HC)

Priyanka Rajkumar. Vs. Bharatiya Vidya Bhavan's And Ors.

Court : Chennai

..... of section 2(d) and 2(e), it was specified as follows :"under clause (d) of section 2 of the right of children to free and compulsory education act, 2009 (central act 35 of 2009), the governor of tamil nadu hereby specifies that "child belonging to disadvantaged group" means a child who is an orphan, or affected with human immuno deficiency virus or a transgender or ..... class i, to the extent of 25% of the strength of the class, of the children belonging to weaker section and disadvantaged group in the neighbourhood and provide free and compulsory elementary education to them till its completion. the emphasis is on free and compulsory education . earmarking of seats for children belonging to a specified category who face financial barrier in the matter of accessing ..... , degree or diploma or other academic distinctions granted or conferred by any university, or authority established or approved in this behalf by the government;"(emphasis added)21. even after the tamil nadu act 45 of 1994, which reserved seats only in educational institutions maintained by the state or institutions receiving aid out of state funds, there is no reservation provided for the unaided .....

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