Essay on Right to Education Act in India
No human beings are able to survive properly without education. By the means of education only one’s potential can be used to maximum extent. Education tells men/women how to think, how to work properly, how to make decision. Through education only one can make separate identity. It is most important in life like our basic need foods, cloths and shelter. If you want to find out the impact of education on any individuality, you better do an intense observation to the ways of well-educated people and then compare them with an illiterate man. You would get a clear picture of the education and its accurate concept. Education is one of the important factors which mould the personality of a person. Education is a productive and beneficial factor in a person’s life. It is everyone’s right to get. At the time of Independence, India inherited an educational system which was not only quantitatively small but was also characterized by striking gender and regional disparities. Only one child out of three had been enrolled in primary school. Thus challenge was to provide elementary education to all its children within a stipulated period of time. Accordingly, universal education for all children in the 6-14 age groups became a constitutional provision by Article 45 of the Constitution. Special care of the economic and educational interests of the under privileged sections of the population also became a constitutional obligation. But these constitutional provisions still remain unfulfilled. Government's commitment to ensure elementary education for all children aged 6-14 years was later seen in its ambitious program named 'Sarva Shiksha Abhiyan'. Free and compulsory elementary education was made a fundamental right under Article 21A of the Constitution in December 2002 by the 86th Amendment. In bringing this into action, the 'Right of Children to Free and Compulsory Education Bill' was drafted in 2005. This was revised and became an...
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