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Category Archives: Right to Education

India’s commitment to its children impassive

Well a child may ask: Where are basic facilities in my school? Where are my teachers? Why my teachers are not able to help me? Will I be failed? To…

RTE Amendment almost certain now after CABE Resolution

No-detention Policy’ may be diluted and capped at class V instead of class VIII at present Deadline for Training of untrained teachers may get five year extension till 2020 Notwithstanding…

RTE and CCE: Instructional Leadership is the KEY

IN INDIAN context, whereas all governments have been pledging and working to strengthen the education policies for the terms of their power, there has been a rare evidence of these…

6 Years of Right to Education: The missing emphasis

Right of Children to Free and Compulsory Education Act, 2009 or popularly RTE Act entered into its 7th year of enactment on April 1. However, the historic Act largely continues to…

UNFULFILLED PROVISION: 85% of seats under RTE Section 12(1)(c) vacant

The section providing for 25% reservation for children belonging to disadvantaged children groups in private schools still not translating into reality says a review report  A REPORT compiled by a…

Delhi’s Legislative Reform on Education: Hit the nails on the heads or tails of ‘wages’

 On December 2, 2015, Delhi Govt ploughed through the 42-year old ‘tough’ and historic Delhi Education Act of 1973 and passed two amendment bills to align the school education law…