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WITH the Supreme Court clearing the decks for nursery admissions in the Capital, schools are waiting for directions from the Directorate of Education ( DoE) to decide their course of action.

Most of the schools welcomed the end of the legal impasse on nursery admissions but expressed unhappiness over the delay.

"We are waiting for guidelines from the DoE as we can only take our next step after that. Parents and students are suffering owing to the immense delay in the whole process," said Rekha Bakshi, head of junior school, Vasant Valley.

The DoE has not yet issued any official notification regarding the order and the schools are thus not yet ready to spell out a clear plan for the days ahead.

"Until the DoE doesn't give an official notice, nothing will be conveyed to parents from our side, as it will only add to the confusion that is already in plenty," Springdales School principal Ameeta Mulla Wattal said.

Officials at the DoE said they are likely to come out with a notice on Thursday. "We are reviewing the order and will issue the notice by tomorrow," said Padmini Singla, Director of Education.

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Date:May 8, 2014
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