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Right to education at a glance ml

  1. 1. Right to Education – At a glance o Jangid M.L.# It is innovative & historical event that “ The Right of Children for Free & CompulsoryEducation Act, 2009 “ passed on 16 feb,2010 & enforced from April 1st ,2010 in all stateexcept J&K. It is divided in seven chapters with thirty eight acts. Rajasthan state also passed “ Rajasthan Right of Children for Free & CompulsoryEducation Rules,2011” on march 29,2011 with ten parts & twenty nine rules. If we go back for education of child, Britain was first to decided for compulsoryeducation in 1870. In India, new era of compulsory education started in 1882. Gopal KrishnGokhale was first person to raised voice for compulsory education in India in 1906. Khercommittee ,1947 reported for compulsory education for children. Indian Constitution, 1947,gave importance for right to free & compulsory education at primary level. The constitutionalamendment 86th for historical decision for The Right of Children to Free & CompulsoryEducation. Some most important points in RTE as following ---  Free & Compulsory Education age 6 to 14 years  Neighborhood School  Admission according the Age of children  No Fee & Capitation  No Pre-Test & Exams  CCE & Certificate at last  Pupil Teachers Ratio 1:35 & 1: 40  Teaching hours - 45  Local Authority empowered  School Management Committee empowered  Special training to children  Admission in private school & reimbursement of fee  Recognition of School & Penalty as per RTE norms-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------# Writer is Key Resource Person of RTE ,Rajasthan * JANGIDML@REDIFF.COM