According to the bill, every child between 6 to 14 years of age will have the right to free and compulsory education. Ashok Agarwal, who was member of the delegation said, “We have approached the minister for tabling the right to education bill in parliament soon.”
“The bill is important because it is the first step in the direction of the government's active role in ensuring implementation of the constitutional amendment,” he added.
And he assured us that the bill will be tabled in the coming monsoon session. The delegation included Mridula Mukherjee, director of the Nehru Memorial Museum & Library, and Amarjeet Kaur from the All India Trade Union Congress.
According to the bill, government schools shall provide free education to all children and private schools will admit at least 25 per cent children in their schools without any fee.
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