The Delhi High Court on Tuesday disapproved to entertain anappeal seeking directions to the Centre and Delhi University to introduce in the university courses.Further about the studies in the subject of dance also.
A bench of Chief Justice D N Patel and Justice PrateekJalan said it cannot issue any such direction as it cannot tell a university which courses it should teach. The court also said starting of any new course would involve drafting of a syllabus, engagement of faculty, and various other steps which a university is best qualified to decide and not courts.
The bench further stated that there must be institutions in the country which teach dance courses and the petitioner should go there.
“Why do you want to have everything in Delhi. You do not want to move left or right,” the court said. It told the petitioner to drop back the matter or it would be dismissed with costs.Thereafter, the appeal was dropped back.
The petitioner had pleaded that since the Delhi University (DU) provides undergraduate and postgraduate courses in vocal music and instrumental music, dance should also be taught at the university.
The petitioner pleaded that not teaching dance at the university amounts to discrimination against students who majored in dance in school.
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