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Saturday, April 12, 2014

RTE Admission 2014 Violations by Schools

RTE Admission 2014 Violations by Schools

THE Supreme Court on Friday sought response of the Centre, all Stales and Union Territories on a petition alleging that there was violation of Right to Education (RTE) Act in schools across the country and sought its proper implementation.
A bench headed by Chief Justice P Sathasivam issued notice and sought their response after summer vacation on a plea filed by an organisation. National Coalition for Education. 
The plea said lack of resources and failure of implement provisions of the RTE ACT has resulted in a significant decline in education performance.
Senior advocate Colin sought a direction to all the Stales to complete the required neighbourhood mapping within six months and new schools be constructed six months after completion of the process.
The petition asked the States and UTs to recruit and train one lakh additional professionally trained teachers to end the shortage of educators within a year.
It sought a direction that "the Slates and UTs upgrade all deficient schools with appropriate physical infrastructure so as lo be in compliance with the RTE Act within six months.
"The States and UTs regularise and make permanent al I contract and para-teachers in the country." it said.
The petition also said the Slates and UTs should disclose me number of students admitted under the Economically Weaker Section (EWS) quota in the State in accordance with the provisions of the Act.

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