Every child between the ages of six and fourteen is entitled to free and compulsory education
ગુજરાતી મા વાચવા માટે નિચે આપેલ લિક પર કિલક કરો
Every child between the ages of six and fourteen will have the right to free and compulsory education until the completion of elementary education in a nearby school.
For the purpose of sub-section (1), it will not be liable to pay any fees or charges or expenses that a child is prevented from taking and completing his primary education. But the child suffering from disability, as per the provisions of chapter 5 of the said Act, has the right to receive free and compulsory primary education as per the age (1) of section (2) of section (2) of the persons with disabilities (Equal Opportunity, Protection and Full Cooperation Act 1996 (1st of 1996) Will remain
Special provisions for children who have not been enrolled or have not completed elementary education-
If a child over six years of age has not been admitted or enrolled in a school, he / she can not complete his primary education will be given admission to the same class as his age.
But if the child is given a direct admission to his age group, then he / she will have the right to special training within the time limit as well as to be able to stay same with the other child.
It is further provided that the child enrolled in primary education will be eligible for free education even after fourteen years of education till completion of elementary education.
The right to transfer to another school-
Where such provision is not made for the completion of elementary education in the school, such a child shall have the right to be replaced in any other school other than the school specified in sub-clause (3) and (4) of the clause (th) of clause (2) of section 2 to complete its primary education. .
Where such child is required to move from one school to another within the state or within the state for any reason, it is necessary for such a child to complete his primary education, other than the school specified in sub-clause (3) and (4) of clause (th) of section 2 Any school has the right to get admission.
If the child wants to get admission in another such school, such a school teacher or school principal (Inchargar), who has got the last admission, will immediately remove the certificate.
But the delay in submission of a replacement certificate will not be the reason for delay or denial of admission to such other school.
In addition, the provision is that disciplinary action may be taken against the chief teacher or the school principal who delayed the deletion of the replacement certificate, according to the service rules applicable to them.
The level of school responsibility for free and compulsory education-
School for the purpose of this Act –
All students admitted in it will provide free and compulsory education as specified in sub-section (1) of clause (th) of section 2.
Provide free and compulsory primary education, as specified in sub-clause (2) of clause (th) of section 2, as per its annual recurring assistance or grant for its annual recurring expenditure, subject to at least 25 percent of the amount of children enrolled.
At least 25% of the total number of children of the class in the nearest school to the weaker sections and the disadvantaged children will be admitted in the class X (3) and (4) of the sub-clause (3) and (4) of section 2, and till the completion of free and compulsory primary education She will provide education. But in addition to providing pre-school education to the school specified in clause (th) of section 2, the provisions of clause (a) to (g) for admission in such pre-school education will apply.
2. The school specified in the sub-continent (4) of clause (th) of section 2, providing free and compulsory primary education, as specified in the clause (c) of sub-section (1) The actual amount charged will be paid as much as the amount is less than two. But to compensate, the amount will not increase beyond the specified amount of sub-clause (1) of the clause (th) of section 2.
However, in addition to receiving any land, house, equipment or other facilities free of cost or at the rate of relief, such school has the responsibility to provide free education to the specified number of children, such school will not be entitled to reimburse the amount of such liability.
Each school will provide information that is appropriate to the appropriate government or local authority.
Per capita fee and admission procedures for admission –
No school or practice will charge any per capita fee while entering the child or his parents / guardian will not be subject to the passing of the investigation procedure.
Any school or practice, by making a reference to the provision of sub-section (1)
If he receives a per-cap fee, it can be punished, which can be up to 10 per cent of the revised per capita fee.
For the first violation, the child will be punished up to fifty thousand rupees for the first violation and for every subsequent violation of the child.
Proof of age for admission
For the purpose of admission in primary education, based on the birth certificate given in accordance with the provisions of the Child’s Birth, Death and Marriage Registration Act, 1886 (VIII of 1886), or on any other document to be determined, will be decided.
In the absence of proof of age, no child will be denied admission in school.
Reject entry. No-
The child will be admitted within the extended period of time at the beginning of the academic year or as prescribed.
But if an entry is sought after an extended period, no child will be refused entry.
In addition, there is provision that if a child is admitted after extended time, he will have to complete his studies in a suitable government form.
Restrictions on Physical Education and Psychological Harassment –
No child will be subjected to physical punishment or mental harassment.
Disciplinary action may be taken under the service rules applicable to such a person against any person who violates the provisions of sub-section (1).
School Disability Committee-
In addition to the schools specified in sub-continent (4) of clause (th) of section 2, the school, except the school specified in the local authority, and the school management committee formed by the parents of the children enrolled in such school or the guardians and teachers.
But at least 3/4 members of such committee will be children’s parents or guardians.
But in addition, parents or guardians of deprived groups and weaker sections will be given proportionate representation. But in addition, fifty percent of such committee members will remain.
The school management committee will do the following tasks
Maintain control of school operations.
The School Development Plan will be prepared and recommended.
Maintain supervision on the use of grants received from the appropriate government or local authority or any other source.
Do other tasks that are scheduled.
Teacher Duties and Redressal of Complaints-
The teacher appointed under sub-section (1) of section 23 shall serve the following duties.
Regular attendance at school and will be followed in time.
According to the provisions of sub-section (2) of section-29, the course will run and complete.
Complete the course within the specified time.
If every child’s learning capacity is realized and according to the need for additional education, it will be complementary.
Regular meetings with parents and guardians of the children will tell the regularity of the child’s presence, learning ability, learning progress and any other information about the child; And
Any other duties to be fixed will serve.
If a duty teacher does not perform as specified in sub-section (1), disciplinary action may be taken against him as per the applicable service rules; But such a disciplinary action will be given to such teachers as an appropriate opportunity to hear;
If there is any complaint from the teacher, it will be sorted out as prescribed.
Ban on private tuition of teachers-
No teacher will work in private tuition or private education activity.