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Sony Singh (Social)     18 February 2012

Care of child at school

I want to admit my duaghter in 1st class. But in an Acadamy the management is asking to sign an undertaking that it will not be responsible for any mis happening / injury to the child during school hours. But they will be charging fine if the child does any mischief or loss of property. They are not even telling us the result of admission test of the child. They are not giving the sample paper of the undertaking to think over it.

Please tell:

1. Is it right to take such undertaking from parents ?
2. What are the law / rules to counter this demand of the management ?

Better if you provide a case study.



 3 Replies

adv. rajeev ( rajoo ) (practicing advocate)     18 February 2012

Admit the school where the child care will be taken.

sridhar pasumarthy (ADVOCATE)     18 February 2012

No law/rules to restrain the school from making such demands.

At the same time no law/rules which obliges you to accept them.  You are free either to consent to it or to deny.

Choose another school, if the management refuses to give admission unless you sign the undertaking.

R. G. Nair (Administrator)     20 February 2012

It is definitely not an institution for imparting education in its truer sense, where you are trying to admit your child. So it is for you to wisely scan all the schools' performance before enrolling the child.

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