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Child labour law: Govt should make skill building part of school curriculum

May 14, 2015

Child labour law: Govt should make skill building part of school curriculum

Children constitute 39 percent of the current population of the country and have the potential to become a vital resource as adults in the "Make in India" initiative of the government provided they are nurtured well. #India #GDP #Rajya Sabha #RTE Act #NDA #Child Labour #Make In India #Kailash Satyarthi #Child Labour Prevention and Regulation Act
Maharashtra govt to link school admission numbers with Aadhaar card

Apr 23, 2015

Maharashtra govt to link school admission numbers with Aadhaar card

The Maharashtra government has decided to link school students' admission registration numbers to Aadhaar card in order to effectively implement the Right to Education Act. #India #NewsTracker #Aadhaar #RTE Act #Maharashtra
Delhi's nursery admission rules are seriously flawed - and misguided

Jan 16, 2014

Delhi's nursery admission rules are seriously flawed - and misguided

The new Delhi nursery schools admissions system is being hailed as some kind of victory against entrenched privilege. It is flawed and unlikely to achieve it basic purpose. #India #Education #Delhi High Court #RTE Act #Right to Education #Nursery Admissions #Delhi Lt Governor #Delhi Nursery Schools
Govt to soon regulate play schools, day-care centres

Aug 13, 2013

Govt to soon regulate play schools, day-care centres

Hitherto unregulated, mushrooming day care centres and playschools across India would now be watched over by the government to ensure they maintain certain standards. #India #NewsTracker #RTE Act #integrated child development scheme #Women and Child Development Ministry #ICDS #Early Childhood Care and Education
SC to hear plea that Delhi HC 'erred in law' when ruling on RTE act

Jul 12, 2013

SC to hear plea that Delhi HC 'erred in law' when ruling on RTE act

Advocate Ashok Aggarwal, submitted that the high court erred in law in holding that the RTE Act applied only in the matter of admission of children between the age of 6 years to 14 years and is not applicable to nursery admissions. #India #NewsTracker #Supreme Court #Law #Delhi High Court #RTE Act #Right to Education