The admission process for students under the Right to Education (RTE) Act for 25 per cent reserved seats in primary schools of Pune, will begin from January
24. The registration of schools participating in the scheme, had already begun on Wednesday, January 3.
Under the current procedure for admissions, parents will have to fill the online applications for the school preferences citing names of only 10 schools, the officials of the education department informed. The selection of schools from t
A key panel of India’s apex education reforms body is likely to recommend bringing pre-school and classes nine and
10 within the ambit of the Right to Education (RTE) Act, thereby expanding the range of free education for children across India, members of the panel said on Saturday.
Currently, the landmark law applies to children between six and 14 years of age studying in Classes 1 to 8. The sub-committee of the Central Advisory Board of Education (CABE) will meet on January 11 to final
Demand Awareness On Proper Schooling
Learning by rote, not just at home but also in schools, is leading to poor quality of education, experts said.
A report, `Learning without burden' documented by a committee appointed by the Union HRD ministry , chaired by former UGC chairman Yash Pal, stated that, “Syllabus is 'covered' in the average classroom by means of reading the prescribed textbook aloud, with occasional noting of salient points on the blackboard. Opportunities for c
Over 1,900 seats were allotted to students under the Right to Education (RTE) Act in the third round on Monday . Parents were given 12 days to complete the admission formalities with their respective schools.
It was late in the evening that lots were drawn to allot schools to applicants, causing confusion among parents through the day . Around 1,997 seats were allotted in the third round. From Pune district, 849 schools participated, with 15,693 seats.
Education officer Mushtaq Shaikh said the
AMONG THEM, 705 SEATS ARE PREPRIMARY AND 956 FOR CLASS 1, INCLUDING STATE BOARD AND NON STATE SCHOOLS.
MUMBAI: Over 1,661 students were allotted seats in the second round of online admissions for Right to Education (RTE) quota, leaving 3,151 seats vacant for the third round, which will begin on April 3.
Students from economically weaker sections are guaranteed free seats from class 1 to 8 in the RTE Act, 2009. The seats are in 334 unaided, non minority schools at kindergarten or class 1. They
Schools Turned Us Back, Allege Some Parents
As the first round of admissions under the Right to Education Act, 2009 concluded in Mumbai on Saturday , only 47% of the students who were allotted a seat could secure their place in city schools.
This year, for the first ro und of online admissions to the 25% seats reserved under the RTE Act in unaided nonminority schools, the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) had received over 9,400 applications for 7,449 seats at both the pre-primary and c
Absence Of Helpline Poses A Challenge
The grievance redressal cell of the Pune Municipal Corporation's school board has been flooded with complaints related to refusal of admission by schools to students allotted to them under the Right to Education Act and asking parents to pay full or partial annual fee.
With no toll-free helpline number, parents are forced to approach the school board rather than contact the help centres in their respective areas.
As per the location of the school, par
In the first round of lottery for the seats reserved under the Right to Education Act, only 40% of the applicants were allotted a place in the city's unaided non-minority schools. The BMC held the lottery for admission on Monday through which it allotted seats for 3,720 students.
According to BMC education inspector Nisar Khan, a total of 9,426 applications were received for 7,449 seats. However, there were 764 seats across 39 schools which received no applications. “Since there were
As many as 37,454 applications were received to fill up 15,693 seats -the 25% reserved quota under the Right to Education Act, 2009 in the state.
The first lottery for admission would be conducted on March 4 and 5. The students allotted schools would have to confirm their admission in respective institutions between March 6 and 15, stated the revised schedule released by the primary education department on Thursday .
The notice stated that the parents would have to confirm the admission of the
Today Last Day To Fill The Forms Over 35,000 applications have been received for over 15,000 seats available in schools to fill the 25% reserved seats under the Right to Education Act, 2009. Thursday is the last day to fill the forms. In schools where the number of applications is more than the number of seats available, seat allocation will be done through a draw of lots, said officials. There are about 849 schools in the district accepting students under the RTE. However RTE activist Mukund Ki
Yet again, delays are
expected to mar the online admission for seats reserved under the Right to
Education Act, 2009. With city schools not completing the registration process
by the February 3 deadline, and a few technical glitches, the state could not
start accepting online app locations from February 5 as per the original
schedule. Officials said that the application portal is expected to start only
by Wednesday .On Monday evening, 336 unaided non-minority schools
had registered for the onlin
Schools Fail To Meet Registration DeadlineParents of students eligible for the 25% quota in
private schools under the Right of Children to Free and Compulsory Education
(RTE) Act can expect a delayed admission process this year too.The RTE Act, 2009, mandates reservation of 25%
seats for students from economically weaker sections.The deadline for registration of schools eligible
for these admissions has been extended by a couple of days as the school
managements failed to register online by the
State Education Department Will Announce Schedule For Primary Classes Next Week The state education department will announce the schedule for admission to the 25% reserved seats under the Right to Education (RTE) act in the second week of January. The schedule has been delayed by one month and with CBSE schools completing admissions, activists fear that many eligible students might lose out on these schools. As per the act, 25% seats are reserved in the entry-level class of all primary schools f
Admission to the 25% seats reserved for economically poor students under the Right to Education (RTE) Act has failed to start in the first week of December despite assurances from education department officials. Last year, the process started late in April and went on till October resulting in only 50% ofavailable reserved seats being filled. Activists have called for speedy action. Education officials said a notice has been sent to the ministry for approval. `Ever since RTE has been implemented
After a months delay the Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) started the third round of admissions on Wednesday for seats reserved under the Right to Education (RTE) Act for students from economically and socially weaker sections. These seats are at entry-level in 318 unaided and non-minority schools. Students do not have to pay school fee till Class 8 and the governement reimburses the schools in return.
The Brihanmumbai Muncipal Corporations (BMCs) education department on Wednesday conducted the third lottery for students from the Economically Weaker Section for the 25% quaota admission under the Right to Education Act. After the first and second lotteries, so far, 2,423 students have got confirmed admission.