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Taking a serious view of the 'highly commercialised education' in the country, which is adversely affecting the meritorious but poor students, the Allahabad high court has taken judicial notice of the fact that in respect to certain professional courses, the management of educational institutions are running sophisticated and cultured shops collecting huge money under the table as capitation fee.
Dismissing a writ petition filed by Dr DPS Bhati and others, Justice Sudhir Agarwal observed, "This system of imparting education having the soul capital oriented objective reflects adversely upon the meritorious but poor students. Despite merit, they remain waiting in queue being incapable of crossing monetary hurdle on account of their poverty." Coming down on education authorities, the court said the educational authorities instead of functioning with the goal of achieving constitutional obligation of providing equal opportunity for education to all, are acting hand-in-gloves with educational jugglers and mafia.The system is perishing intellectual wealth of this country by keeping opportunity of better and higher education away from the poor creating a great financial hurdle.
Courtesy: Times of India
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