Education Lawyers in Chandigarh

Home » Education Lawyers in Chandigarh


  • (Know about the law firm’s Education law practice, fields of interest, region, steps of retention and applicable procedure.)

    Education law is dealt with aspects of civil law and comprises regulations and policies which govern and monitor the education systems in India by State or Centre. Education is not only the foundation of a bright future, but is a remedy for improving society holistically. The essential areas of this system are administration and working of various educational institutions, course design and structure, constant upgrading of the teaching methods. Further, education law tends to ensure equal opportunity to all students nationwide, irrespective of any discrimination on race, religion, caste, colour, creed, sex, nationality, or disability. The scope and ambit of education law concerns not only with education but the all-round development and progress of the nation as a whole.

    The Indian constitution is so designed to protect the rights of every citizen, and the right to education is one such right. It assists in maintaining the legal discipline in the education system whether it’s related to kindergarten, secondary, sr. secondary or higher education whether regulated and managed by the state or private groups. The right to Education as enshrined under Article 21- A is a notable amendment of the 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 the Right to (free and compulsory) Education Act, 2009. The Act has detailed provisions regarding accessibility and quality of education.

    Education Lawyers in Chandigarh

    The education sector in India has thereafter undergone a gradual change and has considerably evolved since the last decade. Besides, due to the rapid globalization education sector has also seen improvement in quality to make room for innovations. As a law firm B&B Associates LLP has garnered an elaborate experience in handling educational law matters relating rights and liabilities of various prominent education institutions of India, primarily operating in the northern region of the country. The firm has also carefully and diligently represented the cause of meritorious student groups whose rights have been obstructed by vindictive authoritarian action.

    Services offered by B&B

    • Consulting and advisory on legality of any issue faced by an education institution or students.
    • Drafting, vetting, and reviewing policies for educational institutions.
    • Compliance of all regulatory laws and rules governing educational institutions.
    • Matters related to course curriculum, and IPR.
    • Representing the education institutions in courts and tribunals.
    • Illegal Termination of teachers/ professors.
    • Disputes arising due to reservation.
    • Disputes regarding selection and merit.
    • Disputes pertaining to refusal to admission.
    • Discrepancy in examination and results.
    • Writ petitions, and
    • Other legal services in the education sector such as compliance, regulatory, challenging a wrong policy/ rule standing in contradiction to the Constitution etc.

    Region of Practice

    • Supreme Court of India
    • High Court for the States of Punjab & Haryana
    • Education Tribunal

    Legal Advice & Consultation

    • Strictly by appointment.
    • For appointment reservation, call +91-7710777770, or fill the form given below.
    • Available methods:
      1. In-person 2. Email 3. Telephonic

    CONSULTATION REQUEST FORM

    Steps of retaining B&B Associates LLP

    1. Reserve appointment

    • Explain your matter by filling the form above and wait for a revert. If the matter needs urgent intervention, call us on +91-7710777770.

    2. Consult

    • Carry all the relevant documents on the date of appointment.
    • Truthfully and fearlessly depose to avail right guidance.
    • Know your right recourse and follow the advice.

    3. Retain

    • Discuss the scope of retention.
    • Submit documents and detailed narration.
    • Discuss important points of concern.
    • Discuss on recourse, pleadings, and arguments

    Why Do Clients Choose B&B Associates LLP?

    B&B Associates LLP is an eminent law firm for its remarkable legal services. Clients prefer B&B for diligent and knowledgeable lawyers who introduce clients to the right side of the law. The Law Firm provides an array of legal services to the education sector, ranging from primary education to higher education, benefiting students, educators, and educational institutions i.e. schools, colleges, universities managed by the government or private sector. B&B with its expertise and experience of more than five decades brings the intelligible, trustworthy, ethical, and transparent dealings for its clients.

    OUR TEAM

    While all above named counsels are well-versed in civil law and procedure, the above names are arranged in seniority of their position in the firm.

    Golden Rules

    • Things to do at B&B

    • Things NOT to do at B&B

    **We deject un-ethical and immoral practices, and reserve our rights of extending legal services only to a select clientele which exhibits civility, faith in law, sound moral footing, and good conscience. Our legal counsels defend the ones who have falsely been implicated, and prosecute for those who have actually been victimized – in either case, our counsels reserve their right of exercising discretion in accepting or rejecting a brief/ lawsuit


    Public Dealing and Work Timings

    Mon – Fri: 10:00am to 6:00pm

    Saturday & Sunday: on prior and special request, depending on availability.

    Office Address

    #588, Sector 6, Panchkula

    Get Directions

    #624, Sector 16-D, Chandigarh

    Get Directions


    FAQ (Related to the Education Law)

    1. Is right to education a fundamental right?

    Yes, the right to education is enshrined under Article 21-A of the Constitution of India as a Fundamental Right.

    2. When was Article 21-A inserted to the Constitution of India?

    Constitution (Eighty – Sixth Amendment) Act, 2002.

    3. When was the right to education act passed and when did it come into effect?

    The act was passed by both the House in 2009 and it received the President’s assent in August 2009. While the Act came into effect in April 2010.

    4. What is ‘Free and Compulsory Elementary Education’?

    All children between the ages of 6 and 14 shall have the right to free and compulsory elementary education at a neighbourhood school.

    5. What is an educational tribunal?

    Educational Tribunals for effective and expeditious adjudication of disputes involving teachers and other employees of higher educational institutions and other stakeholders (including students, universities, institutions and statutory regulatory authorities) and to adjudicate penalties for indulging in unfair practices in higher education and for matters connected therewith or incidental thereto.

    6. When was the education tribunal bill enacted by the parliament?

    The Bill was enacted by Parliament in the Sixty-first Year of the Republic of India.

    7. What is the structure of bodies laid down under the Education Bill 2010?

    • State Education Tribunal
    • National Education Tribunal

    8.What matters are taken up by the State Education tribunal?

    Matters in relation to-

    • service matters of any teacher or any other employee of a higher educational institution;
    • matters relating to affiliation of any higher educational institution (not being University) with the affiliating University;
    • matters relating to use of unfair practices, by any higher educational institution, which has been specifically prohibited under any law for the time being in force;
    • matters as may be assigned to it by any other law for the time being in force.

    9. What is the limitation of filing an appeal against the Order passed by the State Education Tribunal?

    The limitation for filing of the appeal is 60 days from the date of order

    10. Where an appeal against the order of the State Education Tribunal filed?

    Appeal is filed before the National Education Tribunal.

    11. What matters are taken up by the National Education Tribunal?

    Matters in relation to-

    • The National Educational Tribunal shall exercise appellate jurisdiction over a matter under decided by any State Educational Tribunal
    • any dispute between any higher educational institution and any appropriate statutory regulatory authority;
    • any reference made to it by any appropriate statutory regulatory authority amongst statutory regulatory authorities;
    • any matter of affiliation between any higher educational institution (other than a University) and the affiliating University, where such University is a Central Educational Institution having powers of affiliation in two or more States;
    • any constituent unit of an institution deemed to be University or a Central Educational Institution located in a State other than the State in which such institution deemed to be university or a Central Educational Institution is located;
    • on the matters as may be assigned to it by any other law for the time being in force.
    • Where cases involving the same or substantially the same issues are pending before two or more State Education Tribunal are pending then the same can be taken up by the National Education Tribunal.

    12. Where an appeal against the order of the National Education Tribunal filed?

    Any person aggrieved by an order made by the National Educational Tribunal may prefer an appeal against such order to the Supreme Court within a period of sixty days from the date of the order.


    Submit a Comment

    Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

  • Deemed University

    Deemed University

    An Institution of Higher Education, not listed as a university, can be declared as a “deemed-to-be-university” by University Grant Commi

    Right To Education

    Right To Education

    Overview The Constitution (Eighty-sixth Amendment) Act, 2002 inserted Article 21-A in the Constitution of India to provide “free and compu

    Non-Resident Indians Education System

    Non-Resident Indians Education System

    Who are Non-Resident Indians? An Indian citizen or a foreign citizen of Indian origin/roots who stays in foreign lands for employment/carryi

  • Miss Mohini Jain vs State of Karnataka And Ors

    Supreme Court of India  Year : 1992
  • Times Group slaps legal notice on ThePrint, for ‘disparaging’ article on COVID-19 transmission

    Times Group slaps legal notice on ThePrint, for ‘disparaging’ article on COVID-19 transmission

    Days after an Indian digital online newspaper, ThePrint published an article indicating that transmission of coronavirus through newspapers and curren

    Supreme Court To Examine The Upper Age Limit For Appearance In NEET

    Supreme court’s vacation bench of Hon’ble Justice Adarsh Kumar and Hon’ble Justice Ashok Bhushan on 4 June 2018 agreed to decide on the validity