RTE Implementation kicks in

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    parijataka Senior Member Senior Member

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    Government to close down 350 unrecognised schools in Hyderabad

    How good is it to close down 350 schools when there is an acute shortage ? This move by state govt will reduce the number of schools in Hyderabad by 25%. Madness.

    RTE has effectively transferred the burden of school education from govt to private unaided non-minority institutions. In any civilised country school education is borne by the govt. Instead of spiriting away tax payers hard earned rupees over seas, please spend some to improve govt schools.
     
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    Under Right To Education Act, girls to get preference over boys for admissions

     
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    Our Ho. Minister Mr.Kapil Sibal has no idea what to do with a bill that has been passed by the parliament. Due to some skilled work by the Govt. the whole debate on the RTE has been limited to the 25% quota for EWS students.

    There is so much skullduggery is going on Mr.Sibal's dept. that it should be renamed as the Con man's dept. With much fanfare it was announced that Class X board exams were being abolished, but last 10 days the newspapers were full of Class X board results. If they were abolished where have these come from. It seems that it is just a case of rebranding a product while the ingredients remain the same.

    Now this gentleman wants to try his hands on the IIT entrance test. Good luck to the student community may you survive this madness fo another 2 years.
     

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