Right to Education Act hits roadblock in Bihar
- Right to Education Act hits roadblock in Bihar
- Dear All
Right to Education Act is a very liberal act vis a vis private managements.
It imposes no rules about admission of children. No merit and No reservation.
it imposes no upper limit for fee to be collected from students.
it imposes no appointment rules for teachers and other employees.
No need to have a play ground worth the name
No need to have a laboratory even for classes VI, VII and VIII.
It requires only few qualified teachers as given in schedule.
I hope officers of Bihar can convince the education-traders in Bihar to go for registration and recognition of their schools according to RTE act. Vinod Rainas can be happy for time being and boast themselves that they brought an anti businessmen legislation. Every thing will be settled shortly. traders will shortly understand that the legislation is only in their favor .
However, the most important point to be noted is that Market is opposed to be regulated by 'state'. Unfortunately, we, the left and democratic people who were fighting state all through are destined to supplort the state against market. its a pardox. But we can neither depend on state which is only an instrument of the market in the last analysis. That becomes clearer to wider sections of the society day by day.
All India Forum for Right To EducationOn Thu, Sep 29, 2011 at 6:19 AM, Shaheen Ansari <ansarishaheen@...> wrote:Right to Education Act hits roadblock in Bihar
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