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"PM Announces RIGHT TO EDUCATION ACT"
The new fundamental right, aimed at spreading education among the poor is welcome.But how do do away with age-old customs and the mindset of poor, uneducated parents.?? There has to be a civil revolution among the enlightened in the population to make pathways to implement this right. M i rite?? Your views??

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Asked by cyrus irani, 03 Apr '10 05:52 pm
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In the first place there is a big misconception about the Act. Right to education is not a 'new' fundamental right. It has been one of the fundamental rights ever since earlier NDA government had amended the constitution way back in 2003. The present act is meant to lay down the framework for implementing the right to education. Even without this Act or Right to education being declared as Fundamental Right some states like Karala and Tamilnadu (way back in 60s and 70s)had made school education free and became the top literate states in the country. Moreover in order to lure the children to school some of these state government had introduced mid day meal for children attending school. In some community parent may not be educated but with their exposure to outer world they have started realizing the importance of education. They do want their children to get educated but then it is the lack of felicities that is discouraging the illiterate parents to educate their children. With the ...more
Answered by Shyam, 05 Apr '10 03:55 pm

 
  
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Once swami Vivekanand said that hungry stomach cannot pray to God. PM should first think about price rise than any other point.
Answered by GOVINDA SHAH, 03 Apr '10 06:42 pm

 
  
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Where there is a will there is a way.we must build will
Answered by AANEWS AGENCY, 03 Apr '10 06:00 pm

 
  
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Didi i gave first answer and the right one so select me best answer please

PM announces right to education act
new fundamental right, aimed at spreading education among the poor is welcome. But how do we enforce it? How do we do away with age-old customs and the mindset of poor, uneducated parents? There has to be a civil revolution among the enlightened in the population to make pathways to implement this right. The civil agency, group of enlightened ones, will be potent as it has been in Kerala, only if the...
Answered by Vaishali, 03 Apr '10 05:57 pm

 
  
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Its nmot the mindset,,, but also the no of QUALITY school thats imp... thats is the missing link,, when u have a shool 10km from ur home, ,and u have to walk everyday,, no kid would do that.. thats the prob,,, we have to have more schools.. :)
Answered by conviction, 03 Apr '10 05:54 pm

 
  
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