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Denial of Right to education (RTE Act)

About Right to Education in every nation

Right to educationWhat is right to education?  This is basically the right for education for everyone that comes freely from the government in every nation. Moreover, this education is mandatory by the constitution of the nation. Such education facilitates the purpose of education for children aged between 6 to 14 years. It is unbelievable but true that there exist a larger percentage of masses from the teeming millions in the world, who do not know the basic things like reading, writing, and calculating. Such deprivation leads them to misery, poverty, and exploitation in the hands of unscrupulous people. The burgeoning number of child labor in Indian society is tell-tale about growing illiteracy in the masses that leads to degradation in the society. So the responsibility to provide basic education rests with the government of the nation. Helping the cause of right to education is indicative of good governance in the society that builds up gradual growth and progress in the society. Such basic facility for education gives people the ability to understand and express their opinions about things in the society. Giving people the privilege of right to education is the most important duty of the government of every nation.

Right to education Act in India

The right to free and compulsory education Act came in to existence in the year 2010. The date 1st April of the year would get etched in golden letters would go down the pages of the History as an unforgettable occasion to ensure equality for one and all in the society. Under the Article 21 A of Indian constitution, every person in Indian society would get accorded the same status of equality for the right to education. Under the provision of this article, all children belonging to the age group of 6-14 would get the privilege of free and compulsory education. In total, every child has the entitlement of eight years of free and compulsory education.

What does this Act state summarily?

Act state summarilyResponsibility of the state- Under this provision in Indian constitution, the government would take up the cost of enrolling the child in the school and giving him and her full attendance, and ensuring completion of eight years of schooling. No denial due to documents-The provision under the Act also makes it clear that no child would get denial for admission due to the fact that he or she does not have the necessary documents for admission. The child would not get refusal for admission in the school because he or she scores low in the entrance-test o conducted by the school.

Privilege for disabled children- The Act also makes it clear that the disabled students would also get the chance to get educated in the main-stream schools.

Admission after the season- So far as the right to education goes the children would not get deprived of admission in the school even though the admission season is over. Schools do not have the right of making denial to the children citing the reason that the admission season is over.

Rules for the private schools or convents- Private schools or convents would also abide by the rule that they would keep up to 25% of their seats for the enrollment of students from weaker and disadvantaged sections of society.  Such schools would accept students by simple random method and they are not allowed to keep such seats empty without filling those up.

National commission for protection of Child rights (NCPCR)

 National commission for protection of Child rights is basically responsible to monitor the implementation of this historic right. A special bench exists inside the commission to execute this important task and many plans are likely to unfold in the coming years to oversee the programmes launched by Indian government to extend facilities under the right to education act.

Complaints about denial of Right to education

NCPCR has decided to set up a toll-free line to take complaints about the cases, where the RTE act is being violated. This organization is going to play a leading role in the implementation of this act and in the future, strict additional measures would get enforced to ensure the safety for education of the children.

Cases of Violation in India

ViolationAs per a report in TIMES OF INDIA, cases of violation of right to education are rampant even in state like Kerala in India. Surprisingly, Kerala has the highest rate of literacy in the nation. The monitoring cell of Kerala national commission for protection of child rights has received complaints from different districts of the state, where children had refusal for admission from school authorities and could not seek admission in the school. Such cases of denial of basic right to education are frequently happening in different parts of the country. Now, offices of National Commission for protection of child rights in various states are taking the complaints from people and taking firm action against the offenders. As the grievances from the people state schools are deliberately failing the students and barring them from the privilege of basic education.  The authorities have also got complaints that schools are demanding capitation fees from students under the age of 14. They are also compelling such under-aged students to take difficult admission-tests, where such young children invariably fail to score the necessary marks to qualify. As prescribed under the RTE Act, schools do not maintain the necessary infrastructure that is necessary for imparting basic education to children in the age group of 6-14. Under the RTE Act, schools do not have the permission to deny students class promotion up to Std-VIII.

Exemplary judgments against violation of cases in right to education in Karnataka

In an educationally advanced state like Karnataka, strict action took place against erring authorities of the schools, who did not comply with the provisions under RTE Act. The schools were delivered harsh judgments for not complying with the minimum provisions prescribed under the Act.  In the last 5 years, authorities of Karnataka national commission for protection of child rights have disposed of almost 300 cases of violations under the RTE sAct.

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