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Mayo College, Ajmer, Rajasthan
Ajmer (District Ajmer)
Rajasthan, India
Pin Code : 305008


Mayo College, Ajmer Rajasthan is an educational institute.
Mayo College is situated in Ajmer of Rajasthan state (Province) in India. This data has been provided by www.punjabcolleges.com. Ajmer comes under Ajmer Tehsil, Ajmer District.

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Mayo College opens doors for poor children

Jaipur, May 1 The prestigious Mayo College Ajmer will now admit 25 per cent students of weaker sections from its vicinity under the RTE Act and will provide free eduction to them. The institution along with un-aided private schools and others of Rajasthan had challenged the constitutional validity of the Act in the High Court. However, with the Supreme Court verdict on April 12 upholding the validity of the Act, the Mayo College today submitted before the high court that the institution is bound by the apex court judgement. The education institution, also known as the Eton of the East, will open doors for poor students from the current session. Earlier, the National Commission for Protection of Child Rights (NCPCR) had issued a notice dated November 21, 2011 to Mayo administration to scrap the admission procedure after it was reported that had conducted entrance test and screening as also interviews of parents on December 21 and 22 last year in violation of RTE Act. Besides, the local administration had also served a notice on the school to comply with the mandatory provision under Right to Education Act. The Act mandates that poor, weaker section and disabled students should be given free education in their neighbourhood by all private schools. However, the minority run institutes are exempted. It was contended by the College at one point that the boarding and residential schools are not bound to follow the mandate of Act and it was free to interview parents and students. The school administration had also contended that Navoday schools and military schools all admit students by way of screening test.

Mayo College refuses to admit poor students

Mayo College Ajmer on Thursday told the Rajasthan High Court that it will not grant admission to 25 per cent students from the weaker sections as made mandatory under the Right To Education Act, saying it is not applicable to it.

Appearing for Mayo College senior advocate Abhay Bhandari said, There will be no admission for weaker section students as the Supreme Court has clarified that boarding schools are not covered by Right to Education Act and they are free to make their admission policies.

It has further been clarified that Central government will issue a separate notification clarifying this position shortly as per direction of the Supreme Court, he argued.

Earlier, the National Commission for Protection of Child Rights had issued a notice dated November 21, 2011 to Mayo administration to scrap the admission procedure after it was reported that it had conducted entrance test and screening as also interviews of parents on December 21 and 22 last year in violation of RTE Act.

Besides, the local administration had also served a notice to the school to comply with the mandatory provision under the RTE.

The Act mandates that poor, weaker section and disabled students should be given free education in their neighbourhood by all private schools. However, the minority run institutes are exempted.

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