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More than 26,000 seats vacant in RTE: Second round from 28th

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More than 26,000 seats vacant in RTE: Second round from 28th

At the end of the first round in Right to Education, more than 26,000 seats are currently vacant.  Now the second round will start from the 28th.  The admission committee of the government's primary education department had allotted 75,629 seats in the first round under RTE's online central admission process.  Out of which 69 thousand guardians had confirmed the admission.


Thus, more than 6500 seats are vacant against the first round of admission allotment, while more than 26 thousand seats are now vacant, including more than 20 thousand seats which were previously vacant.  This year, there are 95521 seats under RTE in Std. 1 of more than 10 thousand private schools.


The second round will start from the 28th for the more than 26,000 seats now vacant.  In which the parents have to make an online school selection till the 30th. Those parents who do not want to change their choice will have to accept the previous choice and the second round of admission process will take place.


The Constitution (Eighty-6th Amendment) Act, 2002 embedded Article 21-An in the Constitution of India to give free and mandatory instruction of all youngsters in the age gathering of six to fourteen years as a Fundamental Right in such a way as the State may, by law, decide. The Right of Children to Free and Compulsory Education (RTE) Act, 2009, which speaks to the significant enactment visualized under Article 21-An, implies that each youngster has a privilege to full time rudimentary instruction of acceptable and impartial quality in a proper school which fulfills certain basic standards and guidelines.


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