Educational litigations to end Cabinet clears National Educational Tribunals Bill

After a spate of litigations and suits against the Bar Council of India regarding the Bar exam and other disputes which adversely affect the students, the Union Cabinet on Monday cleared the ambitio


Sham Lal Saini,...

September 2, 2010 - 9:11am

The setting up of tribunals will not end litigation, it will go on. Please do not allow only the lawyers to represent the parties. Let the retired officers who are well versed with service law do it. It will surely bring down the rate of litigation. Let the time limit for every Tribunal be three months to decide. There should be no appeal to S.C. The orders should be executed by the Tribunals only. Other the agony will be endless.



August 25, 2010 - 1:56am

state tribunal to be headed by a eductionist but national tribunal by a supreme court judge ! funny logic.....


legal dodo

August 25, 2010 - 1:55am

I think the headline is tad misleading. Educational litigations are unlikely to end with the passing of the Bill. It\'s just that specialized fora are going to be constituted for adjudicating educational disputes. Also, the first para is non-sequitor. There does not seem to be any connection with the litigations against the Bar Council and the passing of the Bill. Legal Dodo

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