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NGO Files PIL For Free Education Upto Class 12 In Private Schools

The NGO, Social Jurist, in its petition filed through advocate Ashok Agarwal, has sought an amendment to the Right to Education (RTE) Act, 2009, to provide free education to poor and disadvantaged kids, up to Class 12, in the private unaided schools

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Delhi Among Worst In Education Outcomes Across Country

The survey, which reinforces the findings of similar surveys conducted by other agencies, highlights the poor quality of education in the country, even in the national capital

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Parliamentary Committee Backs Removing 'No-detention Policy'

The committee observed that the sanction of enactment of RTE Act, the focus on quantitative expansion of education has put the quality of teaching and learning on the back seat

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Poor Education Levels Affect Learning Outcome

The research report was conducted across 2.2 million students from 1.10 lakh schools across the country

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Delhi HC Asks Centre On Right To Education For Children With Disabilities

Filed by Vidhi Centre for Legal Policy, the plea said India, having ratified the United Nation Convention on Rights of Persons with Disabilities, was under an obligation to make 'inclusive education' effective in all schools in the country

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HC Notice To Centre On Right To Education For Disabled Kids

The principle of inclusive education was adopted in 2006 by the United Nations under the United Nation Convention on Rights of Persons with Disabilities. India had ratified it in 2007

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No One Left Behind, Education For All!

I, like so many others, believe that education is a basic human right. The reality is that there are so many roadblocks preventing hundreds of millions of people from getting access to the world’s repository of knowledge

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Union Cabinet To Scrape No-detention Policy Till Class 8th

A key component of the Right to Education Act, the no detention policy was introduced to ensure that each and every child between the age of 6 to 14 received school education

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New Education Policy For Rural Population To Be Unveiled Soon

Irani also said the ministry will launch a web portal - Bharatvani - shortly on various subjects ranging from teaching to learning in 22 Indian languages

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