We can fulfill our dreams only through education. Can give new condition and direction to life. Without education we cannot achieve anything. Nowadays it is the need of everyone to earn a living, for which it is very important for you to be educated. Today’s generation cannot do well without education.
Employment opportunities are created through education. Today the same country comes in the category of the most powerful, which has the power of knowledge. Gone are the days when battles were fought with swords and guns, now only big battles are won without bleeding the mind.
Right to Education
Well, it is everyone’s right to get education. But now it has become a law. This means that it is now mandatory for everyone to educate their children. This law was brought in the name of ‘Free and Compulsory Child Education Act’ in 2009. Right to education is one of the fundamental rights mentioned in the constitution of our country.
The 46th Constitutional Amendment, 2002, has a rule to provide free and compulsory education to all children up to the age of fourteen years as a fundamental right. Right to Education (RTI Act) has been added in 21A of the Constitution. It is effective from 1st April, 2010. The following things are mentioned in the RTI Act.
According to this legislation, now there is a provision to provide free and compulsory education to children in any government schools.
Right to Education Act norms and standards relating to student-teacher-ratio (number of children per teacher), classrooms, separate toilets for girls and boys, drinking water facilities, number of school-working days, working hours of teachers gives.