No Fundamental Right to Education in an institution of one’s personal choice, Delhi HCJanuary 10 2019
There is no fundamental right to education in an institution of one’s personal choice or preference, the Delhi High Court has held.
Hence, migration from one college to the other is not a matter of right, it has stated.
"Law, unquestionably, recognises a fundamental right to education. There is, however, equally unquestionably, no fundamental right to have oneself educated in an institution of one’s personal choice or preference, irrespective of merit. Migration, from one college to the . . .
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