CHARACTERS Right to Education
DOWNLOAD Right to Education 109 READ & DOWNLOAD ☆ E-book, or Kindle E-pub Ù Vinay Rai Vinay Rai Ù 9 DOWNLOAD F every child to get education and makes it obligatory for the appropriate governments to ensure that every child gets free elementary education The Act mandates that even private educational institutions have to reserve 25 per cent seats for children from weaker sectionsThis book by two eminent experienced educationists captures this essence of the Act by explaining its relevance to an aspiring India and millions for whom the legislation is a key tool for emancipation It analyses key obstacles and challenges before the Act The study also highlights the importance of Public Private Partnership model in the country's education system and suggests a prescription for successful implementation of the Act.READ & DOWNLOAD ☆ E-book, or Kindle E-pub Ù Vinay Rai
DOWNLOAD Right to Education 109 READ & DOWNLOAD ☆ E-book, or Kindle E-pub Ù Vinay Rai Vinay Rai Ù 9 DOWNLOAD Nearly eight years after the Constitution was amended to make education a fundamental right the government in April 2010 implemented a historic law to provide free and compulsory education to all children in the age group of 6 14 yearsThe 86th Constitutional amendment making education a fundamental right was passed by Parliament in 2002 The Right of Children to Free and Compulsory Education Act a law to enable the implementation of the fundamental right was passed by Parliament last year The Act is being touted by the UPA government as another major achievement after Right to Information Act and National Rural Employment Guarantee ActThe new law makes it obligatory on part of the state governments an.
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DOWNLOAD Right to Education 109 READ & DOWNLOAD ☆ E-book, or Kindle E-pub Ù Vinay Rai Vinay Rai Ù 9 DOWNLOAD D local bodies to ensure that every child gets education in a school in the neighbourhood Its implementation will directly benefit close to one crore children who do not go to schools at present These children who have either dropped out from schools or have never been to any educational institution will be enrolled in schoolsAt present there are nearly 22 crore children in the relevant age group However 46 per cent of these children nearly 92 lakh are out of school The school management committee or the local authority will identify the drop outs or out of school children above six years of age and admit them in classes appropriate to their age after giving special trainingThe Act makes it a right o.
- Right to Education
- Vinay Rai
- 10 August 2018