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Thursday, September 10, 2020



                        Right to Free and Compulsory Primary Education for Children In this regard, the law passed by the Government of India under the RTE Act 2006 and the provision for children between the ages of 8 and 12 to study are applicable as well as compulsory and free education for children from the academic year 2020 21. According to the Education Act 2006 and 2012, especially the children from weaker and disadvantaged groups can study for free in non-subsidized private primary schools of the state. In this way, 5% admission has to be given in Std-1. 
                       The difficulties encountered in the process and the verbal representations received from the parents by the education department as well as the suggestions received from the various staff officers involved in this operation for the admission process of 25% parents in standard one under Arti were all taken into consideration by the Gandhinagar Primary Education Directorate. By amending the Right to Free and Compulsory Education for Children Act 2017 and the children of weaker groups in the state's private primary schools in standard one. Details have been provided by the State Government with amendments for effective implementation of the provisions for free admission of 5%.

                     This rule is applicable to all the private primary schools under RTE in the state. If any private primary school refuses to give admission to the children of disadvantaged group of the state at its discretion, there are also provisions to impose appropriate penalty on them. The following children may be included in the disadvantaged group
                        Children who are orphans, that is, children who do not have parents, children who need to be cared for, children who live in a child's room from an early age, children who migrate, children who are martyred, children who go to the military, children who are the only children of parents The children studying in that Anganwadi should be included in the deprived group only to get admission in private schools in Std-1 free of cost. After deducting the number of children, the system of fixing the place according to its 25 per cent is applicable.       

                           In the academic year 2019, except the full number of students admitted by that school, 5 per cent children have to be fixed for RTE admission. Since no less study, O can be included in non-subsidized private primary schools under RTE. Performance of District Primary Education Officer's guidance wherever there is a Govt

Some special instructions for admission
                        An official web portal has been launched for admission under RTE. Fill in the required details in the online application and get a print of it. Joining all the grounds applicable during working days, it is proposed to submit the application at the Receiving Center declared by the District Primary Education Officer. If there is no proof with the example of the applicable competent authority then the application will be considered valid and only the guidelines issued by the Director of Primary Education will be valid and final. Parents should keep in view the distance limit of the schools where their board of residence is applicable according to the place of residence of the parents. Priority of the category for admission should be given according to the order of priority of the school selected by the parents. If not completed, such a child cannot be admitted to the school Students seeking admission will not be admitted

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