Right of Children to Free and Compulsory Education (Amendment) Bill 2010
The Rajaya Sabha, the upper house of Indian parliament, on 24 April 2012, passed the Right of Children to Free and Compulsory Education (Amendment) Bill 2010. The amendment seeks to provide the right to receive home-based education to children with severe disabilities.
The amended bill gives school management committees an advisory role in minority schools, both aided and unaided, and keeps madrasas and Vedic schools and other institutions providing primarily religious instruction out of the perview of the Act.
Right of Children to Free and Compulsory Education (Amendment) Bill 2010 is the first education bill to be passed in Parliament in two years. There are 13 pending education bills in Parliament.
Well The Delhi Privatye schools Have already told the government that they wont want to give free education quota and if they give they will increase the fee , so after this bill is passed the fee has increased to compensate for the free education of poor children.
I think the schools should learn to drop their "money-minded" strategies, come into their sense, and realize what they are actually dealing with.
But That would require lot of man power and money to be involved as to keep the discipline going there had to be some instructure and maintainance staff after school hours !
And that would require money and That would make way for entrance fee !!!!!
any possibility of any accident cant be neglected
Oops that was for the other thread !!! Well free education is what I support always