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Counsels for the petitioner, Beacon House school, Barrister Kamal Azfar and Advocate Sheeraz Khan Rajper challenged capping the private schools to increase the fees upto five per cent under Rule 7(3) of the Sindh Private Educational Institutions Ordinance 2001.
According to the official, the schools were not following the standard operating procedure (SOP) for the foolproof security of educational institutions issued by the Home Department.
These teams will conduct detailed review of educational institutions and filed the report in FDE.
A special team under the supervision of SP Sadar zone, Aamir Khan Niazi, DSP Ghulam Mohammad Baqir, SHO Golra Inspector Tanvir Abbasi , Sub-Inspector Mohammad Shahbaz and others conducted raids at educational institutions and arrested four accused involved in supply drugs in the educational institutions of federal capital.
On Thursday, the bench directed the lawyer representing the petitioners to submit the list of the educational institutions which could possibly be attacked.
A growing number of students are falling prey to the menace due to easy availability of drugs in the educational institutions of the federal capital.
Educational institutions which also supply accommodation to students will be unable to recover VAT incurred on costs which directly relate to the provision of the accommodation.
Dulay said that paragraph 3, Section 4, Article XIV of the 1987 Constitution stated that: 'All revenues and assets of non-stock, non-profit educational institutions used actually, directly and exclusively for educational purposes shall be exempt from taxes and duties.
Kable's survey shows that educational institutions are planning to invest the highest proportion of their ICT budgets in core technology domains such as hardware, software, and IT services in 2015.
In Hyderabad, the Educational Officer has sent a letter to all the minority educational institutions ordering them to admit the children of journalists working in Hyderabad District under Section 12 of RTE stating those children come under below poverty line.
A division bench comprising Justice Sunil Ambwani and Justice Yogesh Chandra Gupta held that Section 4 of the UP Admission to Educational Institutions (reservation for SC, ST and OBC) Act 2006 was not only "invalid" but also "ultra vires" to the basic structure of the Constitution of the country.
In its directive on February 19 2009, the Ministry also recommended that educational institutions keep track of students who visit mosques.

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