Officials expect over 1 lakh students to apply this academic year
Private school managements on Saturday slammed the government for its decision to use Right to Education (RTE) funds to give financial aid of Rs 5,000 each to teachers.
Under the Right to Education (RTE) Act, at least 25 per cent of seats in entry-level classes nursery, kindergarten, and Class 1 have to be reserved for the EWS category.
The government begins the admission procedure for seats under the Right to Education (RTE) Act while private schools have already started classes for academic year 2021-22.
As many as 2,891 schools are yet to submit claims, while claims of 1,453 schools are undergoing re-verification.
The negative news about the treatment of RTE students by public schools has also contributed to parents being hesitant in applying for the seats, said an education expert.
It is alleged that thousands of children, who are eligible to receive free education in schools have been deprived of the benefit with the State government looking the other way.
The deputy director of education of each district has also been directed to provide the list of private unaided recognised schools, which will participate in the online admission process.
Parents have been alleging that some schools are also asking students to buy books of private publishers.
Sarita Rai is educating children and poor students at her 'Topper Study Point - The Udaan' from 2014 in many districts.
Katrina Kaif posted a video emphasising on right to education and increased access to quality education without discrimination.
Technical error leads to confusion, leaves poor parents confused, running from pillar to post.