Education matters come under the ambit of education law which is primarily related to the right to education and activities of educational institutions, teachers, and students. Nelson Mandela has rightly said, “Education is the only weapon that can change the world.” The right to Education (Article 21A) is a notable amendment of Constitution of India. It demands the State to provide “free and compulsory education to all children under the age of six to fourteen years.” This right has led to the establishment of Right to (free and compulsory) Education Act, 2009. The Act has detailed provisions regarding accessibility and quality of education. The best lawyers for education matters in Chandigarh look into the issues relating to:-
While drafting the rules of an educational institution, it is equally important to maintain reasonability to make sure that the rights of students are not undermined. At the same time, while seeking opportunities to study, it is important for the students to abide by the rules. Action against unfair means, ragging, corruption, and commercialization in education is an imperative to uphold good standards and quality.
The best lawyers for education matters in Chandigarh deal with cases concerning students, teachers, schools, colleges, university and education policymakers. We, at B&B also have the best lawyers to provide defense for situations where a person is wrongly charged due to some malafide intention or personal vendetta.
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