Rights To Education
Rights to Edcuation The importance of learning is to enable the individual to put his potentials to optimal use. Education makes man a right thinker and a correct decision-maker. It achieves this by bringing him knowledge from the external world, teaching him to reason and acquainting him with past history, so that he can be a better judge of the present. With education, he finds himself in a room with all its windows open to the outside world. A well educated man is a more dependable worker, a better citizen, a centre of wholesome influence, pride to his community and honour to his country. A nation is great only in proportion of its advancement in education. Over the years, the demand for children’s education has grown by leaps and bounds.Everybody from the poorest of the poor to the well off, acknowledges the value of education in the overall development of children. Basically, the object of education is threefold i.e. physical, mental and spiritual. A perfect system of education must do full justice to all those three above. If we take a look at the Education Structure existing in India, we would find that, it is divided broadly in five stages: Pre-primary, Primary, Upper Primary, Secondary and Higher Secondary. Schooling in India follows the “10+2 pattern”. Moreover, if we take into consideration the Indian Education Scenario, we would find that, in the post-independence period, the pace of educational development has been unprecedented by any standards. The Govt. was committed to ensuring universal elementary education (primary and upper primary) education for all children aged 6-14 years of age through its flagship programme, Sarva Shiksha Abhikyan (SSA). It is assumed that, the chief aim of such an education must have been just to fit one to earn a living. It is called “Bread and Butter” system of education, as well. With the above situation and concept in mind, on April 1, 2010, India has reached a historic milestone in country’s...
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