Free Education in India
Under the various articles of the Indian constitution, it is written and promised that each child in India receives at least basic education. It is important for the young minds of the country to be well educated and knowledgeable. In order to know what is right and what is wrong is extremely important to take the right decisions in life. And the same is only possible when the youth or individuals are well educated. There are many government policies and acts that ensures that each child in India gets free education in India. One such act is the RTE Act. The 86th Constitution Amendment Act of 2002 mandates that all children get free and obligatory elementary education. The RTE act or Right of Children to Free and Compulsory Education Bill of 2008 aims to put this Amendment into practice. Every kid aged six to fourteen years old has the right to free and compulsory primary education in a neighborhood school. Until the end of elementary education, no kid shall be held back, expelled, or compelled to pass a board examination. Schools are not allowed to screen candidates or impose capitation fees throughout the admissions process. A certificate will be given to a child who has completed elementary school.
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