Supreme Court Issues Notice To Delhi Lt Governor On Finnish Teacher Training

New Delhi: On a petition from the Delhi government challenging the LG’s consent with conditions to send government school teachers to Finland for training and preventing teachers from obtaining international training in the future, the Supreme Court today sent notice to the office of Lieutenant Governor VK Saxena.

A response from the LG’s office about the Delhi government’s argument was requested by a bench consisting of Chief Justice of India DY Chandrachud and Justice JB Pardiwala. Every home’s dinner table ought to be the focal point of the fight against climate change, says Prime Minister Modi.

The Delhi government’s attorney, Shadan Farasat, told the bench that it is obvious that LG cannot make an independent judgment in this matter and that he cannot promise that there would be no more Finland training in the future.

Supreme Court Issues Notice To Delhi

The Delhi government has petitioned the highest court to order the LG to follow the guidance and recommendations of the Council of Ministers after the LG decided to stop government school teachers from getting future international training and approved riders to send them to Finland for training.

On March 4, LG approved some of the teachers for the Finland programme, but such activities are prohibited going forward. The petition asked for approval of the State Council of Educational Research and Training (SCERT) of the Delhi government’s plan to send primary in-charge teachers at government schools in the nation’s capital to Finland for training between the months of December 2022 and March 2023.

Moreover, it asked for the LG order of March 4, 2023, to be overturned since it was issued with excessive delay and rendered the proposal entirely infructuous. “Set aside the order made by LG on March 4, 2023, and uphold the recommendation of the SCERT, Delhi government,” was the request in the petition.

The Lieutenant Governor’s unjustified and intentional delay in approving the proposal sent by the SCERT to send primary in-charge teachers of government schools in Delhi for teacher training to Finland in the months of December 2022 and March 2023, the petition claimed, forced the elected government of the NCT of Delhi to file it.

Lt Governor On Finnish Teacher Training

Moreover, LG’s observations aim to effectively impose a ban on The aforementioned plan was initially submitted to the LG in October 2022, according to the Arvind Kejriwal-led AAP party administration, but it wasn’t accepted until five months later, on March 4, 2023, when it had already grown infructuous and was subject to various revisions and restrictions. The Flip, Safe, And Bellwether Seats of Karnataka

“The LG remarked that such instructors educated in the aforementioned programme shall solely serve as trainers in India and that moving forward, there was no need for such training programmes to be done abroad but rather within India. In this case, the Petitioner (the Delhi government) is asking that the long-standing legal principle that the Governor must follow the counsel and recommendations of the Council of Ministers be reaffirmed.

The AAP administration charged LG with “rejecting” the idea for the training course in Finland. Although LG had “approved,” it had also been highlighted that the Delhi administration had declined to document their “effect evaluation of the international training programmes performed in the past.”

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