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Sc upholds constitutional validity of right to education act

 

The Supreme Court on Thursday upheld the various provisions of the Right to Education Act, 2009.

The apex court ruled that the RTE Act would apply to all categories of public and private schools except unaided minority schools.The SC judgement makes it clear that all schools will have to keep aside 25% of seats for poor children. These students will be guaranteed free education from class I till they reach the age of 14. The apex court also said that the RTE Act would not apply to boarding schools.

Here is the Full text judgment;word attached



 3 Replies

Deepak Nair (lawyer)     13 April 2012

Thanks for sharing the same.


(Guest)

supreme court actually destroys the personal liberty of schools and thus destroying the quality of education by giving this act constitutional validity.

 

N.K.Assumi (Advocate)     12 May 2012

Considering the economic backwardness  of the country, I am of the firm opinion that Supreme Court did the right thing at the right time as a sort of social Engineering.


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