Goverment policy regarding education in India

 Government policy regarding education in India

in India, till the year 1976, the state was handling the responsibility of education as the central government only take care of forming standards for technical and higher education. since 1976 it has become a joint responsibility . the decision regarding the organization and structure of education is taken by the states .so the union government is clearly concerned about the quality of the type of education.

laws related to the education system in india

as in India, we have the right Right to education which states that every child has the right of getting primary education between the age of six to fourteen here the government meant free primary education. free actually means no child is liable to pay any fees until it completes its primary education. it provides free education to those students who can not avail it on their own. it also gets details about parents, government, and local authorities on the basis of info it gives the free education.

there is another act right to information which allows the examiner to examine that the student should have freedom of speech and expression.

the right to equality is also an act that came by the government to remove the discrimination between the students during the time of admission as the schools can not say no to admission without having a valid reason so which helps in becoming everyone  equal for education. 

the student have an right of getting a loan for his education if he has attained the age of 18 as now he is eligible for come  into any type of contract .

scheme for secondary education

  • Rashtriya Madhyamik Shiksha Abhiyan
  • Girls Hostel Scheme
  • National Scheme of Incentives to Girls for Secondary Education
  • Inclusive Education for Disabled at Secondary Stage
  • Scheme of Vocational Education
  • National Merit-cum-Means Scholarship Scheme
  • Scheme for construction and running of Girls Hostel for students of secondary and higher secondary schools
  • Scholarship schemes for Minority students
  • National Scholarships

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