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19 Per Cent Increase In Admissions Through RTE: Report

68 per cent of children studying under section 12 (1)(c)- RTE are from Madhya Pradesh, Rajasthan, Karnataka, and Tamil Nadu. More than 1.5 lakh students got enrolled under RTE in Delhi till 2018 -19.

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Government introduces 4-Year Integrated Teacher Education Programme

During a Lok Sabha session on Monday, Union HRD minister Ramesh Pokhriyal introduced Government introduces 4-year Integrated Teacher Education Programme in India.

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Extending RTE Act Beyond Class 8 To Be Considered After New Govt Formed: HC Told

The HRD Ministry, in a response to a petition filed by an NGO seeking free education for EWS children till class 12 through the RTE Act, said that that extension of the RTE Act beyond class 8 in schools was a "major policy issue" and can only be decided after the new government comes.

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What Works? Delivering Effective Education In Modern Day Schooling

Despite the RTE Act having been in force since 2010 and providing eight years of compulsory education, together with the Government promoting educational schemes such as “Padhe Bharat Badhe Bharat” (India that learns, grows too), there is still a long way to go to ensure that all children are getting a consistent, high-quality education.

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PVR Nest Celebrates A Day On 'Social Inclusion' With The Launch Of Project Eklavya

Through Project Eklavya, PVR Nest has invested extensively in achieving 70,000 admissions in the academic year 2019-20 through RTE. The campaign aims at building opportunities to enable very child access their Right to Education with a focus on 6 states; Delhi, Uttarakhand, Karnataka, Chhattisgarh, Madhya Pradesh, Tamil Nadu.

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Right To Education: Ensuring Education As A Fundamental Right To Its Citizens

The HRD Ministry is set to amend the Act in order to remove the no-detention policy in the coming academic year after multiple committee recommendations from state governments

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