Aarav Singh has filed a petition in Delhi HC directing the Central Board of Secondary Education, CBSE, and Delhi University, DU to make a provision. The provision would help transgenders to change their genders from male to female in academic records.
Delhi HC wants to reply in this case. So, it asks the Central Government and others to file a reply they want. If the Central Government does not reply to the petition of Transgender Persons Acts, Delhi High Court would provide no accommodation to it.
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- 1 DELHI HC ASKS DELHI UNIVERSITY TO SUBMIT TIMELINE FOR ISSUANCE OF DEGREES
- 2 DELHI HC TELLS DU NOT TO CHARGE FOR DIGITAL DEGREES
DELHI HIGH COURT WOULD FILE A REPLY LATER
A division bench of Chief Justice Jyoti Singh and Justice D.N. Patel says if no one replies to the transgender persons act, Delhi High Court will charge for filing a reply later.
CONDITION OF TRANSGENDER PERSONS ACT
Delhi University and CBSE issued some guidelines with regards to the change in name and gender of students. So, the petition filed in Delhi High Court challenges the guidelines issued by the administration.
The petition stated that if a person wants to change his gender, he has to undergo Sex Reassignment Surgery.
DELHI HIGH COURT WOULD CONDUCT THE NEXT HEARING IN FEBRUARY
So, Delhi High Court has declared that the center has to file a reply to the respondents otherwise the bench would charge a cost if they request to file a reply later. However, the court would hear the matter on February 12.
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