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The Supreme Court today held that the fundamental Right to Education covers all educational institutions including government controlled, private unaided schools and minority institutions.

A bench comprising Chief Justice S H Kapadia and Justices K S Radhakrishnan and Swatanter Kumar also ruled that the private unaided schools will have to provide 25 per cent seats to students belonging to the weaker sections of the society since it is the main condition on the basis of which these educational institutions are alloted land at highly concessional rates.

With today’s ruling, the highest court of the country has ruled that no educational institution in the country is out of the ambit of Right to Education.



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