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16 May 2018

Economically Backward Non-reserved Castes To Avail The Benefits Of 25 Different Schemes From The Next academic term

Economically backward non-reserved castes to avail the benefits of 25 different schemes from the next academic term
​1 Specifically, free  and  compulsory education  must  be  provided  to  children  between  the  ages  of  6 and  14 years of  age;  private  unaided  religious/minority schools  are  exempt. 
2 RTE  Act,  Section 3
3“Local  Authority”  refers  to  a  Municipal  Corporation,  Municipal  Council,  Zila  Parishad,  Nagar  Panchayat, Panchayat,  or  any  other  body  which  has  (or  is  empowered  to  have)  administrative  control  over  the  school (RTE  Act,  Section  2,  Clause  (h)). 
4 Right  of  Children  to  Free and  Compulsory  Education  Rules,  2010  (RTE  Rules),  Rule  6. 
5 Bihar Rules,  Rule  7,  Sub-rule  3;  MP  Rules,  Rule  7,  Sub-rule  3.  
6 The Right  of  Children  to  Free  and  Compulsory  Education,  Himachal  Pradesh  Rules,  2011(HP  Rules). 
7 Rajsathan  Right  of  Children  to  Free and  Compulsory  Education,  2010  (Rajasthan  Rules)  and  Right  of  Children to  Free and  Compulsory  Education  Rules,  2011  (MP  Rules). 4 
8 The Andhra  Pradesh  Right  of  Children  to  Free  and  Compulsory  Education,  2010 (AP  Rules)
9 Bihar Rajya  Muft evam  Anivarya  Shiksha  Niyamaavali  –  2010  (Bihar Rules),  Rule  6.  And  MP  Rules,  Rule  6. 
10  Ibid.
11  Bihar Rules,  Rule  5,  Sub-rule  4. 
12  AP Draft RTE  Rules,  Rule  5  Sub-rule  8. 
13  Mahrashtra  Rules,  Rule  5  Sub-rule  3. 
14 MP Rules, Rule 5, Sub-rule 3
15 Bihar Rules, Rule 7, Sub-rule 1. MP Rules, Rule 7, Sub-rule 1. 
16 Rajasthan Rules, Rule 4, Sub-rule 3.  
17 AP Draft RTE Rules, Rule 6, Sub-rule 1. 
18 Bihar Rules, Rule 7, Sub-rule 2.  
19 HP Rules, Rule 5, Sub-rule 1. 
20 Rajasthan Rules, Rule 4, Sub-rule 1. 
21 Mahrashtra Rules, Rule 5, Sub-rule 1. 
22  MP  Rules,  Rule  5  and  Rule  7,  Sub-rule  2.
(Faltu Message Group Ma Karnar Vyaktione Remove Karva Ma Avshe).

23  Schools  established  before  the  commencement  of  the  Act  are  required  to  submit  the  self-declaration  within three  months  of  the  commencement  of  the  Act  in  all  states  except  Bihar,  where  the  limit  is  six  months,  and Rajasthan,  where  no  time-limit  is specified. 
24  The  time-limit  ranges  from  30 days  from  the  receipt  of  application  in  Andhra  Pradesh, 45  days  in  Madhya Pradesh,  and  three  months  in  Bihar,  Himachal  Pradesh and  Maharashtra.  There  are  no  details  mentioned  in the  Rajasthan  Rules. 
25 Section  18  (5)  of  the  RTE  Act  stipulates  that  if  a  school  operates  without  a  certificate  of  recognition,  it  shall cease  to  function  and  shall  be  liable  to  pay  a  fine  up  to  Rs.  1  lakh,  and  in  case  of  continuing  violations,  a  fine  of Rs.  10,000  would  be  levied  for  each day that  the  violation  continues.

             

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