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BY: Liyakat Shah | Category: Education | Submitted: 2010-12-03 01:22:46
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Article Summary: "Right to Education act gives a scope to a child to have a right to gain education to upgrade his status and to be a learned person like the others. Right the word itself symbolizes that a person who have certain facilities where he or she can use it for his better purpose.."

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Right the word itself symbolizes that a person who have certain facilities where he or she can use it for his better purpose. One such act known as the Right to Education was passed by the nation of world's biggest democracy in the world that is India. The act deals about free and compulsory education for the children between the age group of six to fourteen. It was passed on 20th July 2009. Since ancient times India is associated with education be it formal or informal. Today's world is a modern and computerized world so to match with the world pace the procedure of education has also undergone many desired and specific changes to make a better citizens. To make a child well versed and to withstand this complex world at the primary level. Indian Government enacted a law known as The Right to Education. It enumerates that free and compulsory education should be provided to all students in the age group of six to fourteen. It is an elementary education that must be taken by every child. For this they are free to join their nearest school of their choice to gain education.

It is the responsibility of the school to admit such students and provide the best of best quality of education to the pupils. The Union and state government are so much concerned about the education that they provided various facilities to the schools as well as students to gain education. Many schemes and policies are framed for various states across India in such a way that they may attract the students to knock the doors of school to take their admissions. Some of them includes free morning milk, breakfast, books, pens, pencils bags, uniforms, mid-day meal, scholarships and many more facilities to attract the students. The school's atmosphere should be conducive for the students to have proper and up-to-date with educational and health and hygiene facilities for either gender. Clean and safe drinking water to be supplied for drinking purpose, separate toilets for girls and boys, airy classrooms well equipped with teaching aids and so on.

There are many poor people in India who are deprived of basic education hence Right to Education provides them an opportunity to gain education at elementary level. It is an education which is child oriented it would bring an all round development in child's personality. The basic elements of each subject is framed in such a way that the child is molded literally, scientifically, mathematically, socially, morally and many more basic values of becoming a good and honest citizen. Right to Education gives a scope to a child to have a right to gain education to upgrade his status and to be a learned person like the others.

Mr. Liyakat Shah India

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