"This type of issue should not come to the court. It is not a serious issue, as there are other serious issues, the court has to hear," said a division bench comprising Justice Mukul Mudgal and Justice Reva Khetrapal.
The judgment added that by suspending the child for an indefinite period, the school was violating the fundamental rights of the boy.
The court directed the Mount Carmel School to accept an apology tendered by the father of the 13-year-old boy for violating the school dress code.
The court asked Mount Carmel school to accept the apology of the 13-year-old boy's father and let the child attend classes from Monday, Sep 14.
The boy was suspended from Monday, July 27.