Binu Chaudhary vs Lt. Governor Of Delhi And Ors. on 17 March, 2016

This issues with prior approval of Worthy Director of Education
vide U.O. No. 10550/DE dated 14/11/2012 Review DPC be
conducted to fill up the post.
D.D.E.(C/ND) Plot No.5, Jhandewalan”
5. In her writ petition, it was contended that the DPC had rightly selected
her and she secured a right to be appointed and continue as a Vice-principal
under Rule 97 of the Rules, in terms of the judgment reported as Chandra
Mohan Gururani v Director of Education & Ors 137(2007) DLT 323 (DB).
It was urged that presence of the nominee of the Director in the DPC dated
27.01.2012 had the effect of granting deemed relaxation/approval under Rule
97 of the Director. As regards the eligibility norms, it was contended that the
circular of 29.01.1991 was applicable; it does not require the eligibility
criteria of a B.Ed degree for appointment to a post of Vice-Principal. The
notification dated 19.02.1991 is applicable not only as providing for
qualifications for appointment to the post of Vice-Principal in government
schools, but also for every senior secondary school including aided schools,
and there is no norm obliging a candidate to possess B.Ed qualification for
being appointed to that post. It was also contended that by virtue of Rule 100

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