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The Right of Children to Free and Compulsory Education

valid until: 09 Dec 2023date published: 09 Dec 2022

The Right to Education Act 2009 is also called the RTE Act 2009. The Right to Education Act was enacted by the Parliament of India on 4 August 2009. Under Article 21 (A) of the Indian Constitution, the Right to Education Act describes modalities of the importance of free as well as compulsory education for children who are aged between 6-14 years.

The Right to Education Act was implemented on 1st April 2010 and made India one of the 135 countries to have created education as a fundamental right for every child. The Right to Education Act prescribes minimum rules and regulations for the Importance of Education, Girl's Education, Women's Empowerment in India, girls' education, Women's Education, and child education, prohibits unrecognized schools from practice, and advocates against donation fees and interviews of children.

Education is a basic human right for all and is important for everyone to make the most of their lives. Other human rights include the right to freedom from slavery or torture and to a fair trial. Having an education helps people to access all of their other human rights. Education improves an individual’s chances in life and helps to tackle poverty.

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