The Delhi High Court on Wednesday pulled up Sanskriti School, in which the children of top government officials study, for allegedly discriminating students from economically weaker sections in admission and asked the school to funish its admission norms.
"Why such discrimination? You are not doing any charity. It is the public money as the school is being run by the government funding," said a Division Bench of Chief Justice A P Shah and Justice S Muralidhar who sought the criteria which the school has been following for the admission of children.
The Bench also sought to know from the school the basis on which it reserved seats for the poor students. It was alleged the school failed to admit the children of low-ranked government employees.