BENGALURU: Compared to the first day, the second day of online application process for seats under Right to Education (RTE) quota went off smoothly.
Most parents who tried to submit applications under the quota were successful. However, some complained that they were unable to spot the name of the locality in the application form.
Such parents can submit their complaints and department officials have promised to rectify it within 48 hours of registration of the complaint.
This is the first time that Aadhaar number has been made mandatory with its demographic details linked to the RTE admissions. Raagu, a taxi driver, said, “I submitted Aadhaar details of my child and mine, but the OTP was not generated and I was not able to fill the application form.”
Besides problems in the servers, some offices of the Block Education Officer in the city also had poor internet speed. As many as 838 application forms were successfully submitted on Thursday.