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SIGN OF HOPE: Students of Adarsh Senior Secondary School, T. Nagar, light lamps on Wednesday after getting a stay on CBSE cancelling school affiliation. Photo: K.V. Srinivasan
SIGN OF HOPE: Students of Adarsh Senior Secondary School, T. Nagar, light lamps on Wednesday after getting a stay on CBSE cancelling school affiliation. Photo: K.V. Srinivasan

Staff Reporter

Central Public Works Department certified its condition as good

CHENNAI: Staff members, students and parents of students studying at Adarsh Senior Secondary School were overjoyed when the Madras High Court issued a stay order in favour of the school on March 28.

The Punjab Association had filed a case challenging the Central Board of Secondary Education order cancelling affiliation for the institution, citing unsafe building conditions. The court ordered the Central Public Works Department to inspect the building. The CPWD certified that the condition was good.

On Wednesday, the students and their parents expressed their relief by lighting lamps on the school campus.

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