Delhi High Court has stayed AAP government's order scrapping management quota in nursery admissions in private unaided schools. Justice Manmohan in his interim order yesterday said the decision was taken without the authority of law. 
He said the autonomy of private unaided schools with regard to nursery admissions cannot be restricted by an office order and has to be done under the law.
The court clarified

that the observations made and the view taken by it are only "prima facie" and not final. 
The Delhi government by its January 6 order had scrapped 62 "arbitrary and discriminatory" criteria listed by schools on their websites for admissions, but retained the 25 per cent quota for Economically Weaker Sections (EWS). 
The High Court was hearing pleas against the Delhi government's decision.

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