DPS Indirapuram’s ordeal may end soon
The row over withdrawal of recognition from DPS Indirapuram may soon come to an end. Ghaziabad District Inspector of Schools said the school authorities have handed over the related documents to the state, reports Peeyush Khandelwal.india Updated: Jan 20, 2009 00:11 IST
The row over withdrawal of recognition from Delhi Public School (DPS) Indirapuram may soon come to an end. Ghaziabad District Inspector of Schools (DIOS) said the school authorities have handed over the related documents to the state.
“The documents were required to be presented in a related matter between the Saket Education Society and Delhi Public School Society New Delhi (DPSS),” the DIOS said.
Meanwhile, the school authorities told HT that the letter to that effect would reach Ghaziabad through a fax from Lucknow by Monday evening.
“We had submitted the required document to the DIOS office on January 12. We again submitted the documents to the Lucknow authorities. I have received information from the official who had gone to Lucknow. I am in process of getting the copies of restoration of the recognition,” Meeta Rai, the school principal, told Hindustan Times.
DPSS vice-chairperson Pramod Grover had indicated that the agreement, which was about to end on March 31, ’09, between the two societies was likely to be renewed.