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Selected in RTE but not admitted even after 4 months, now questions arise – when children will go to school?

Nita Yadav

By Nita Yadav

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Despite the best efforts of the education department in Uttar Pradesh, students are finding it difficult to get admission in private schools under the Right to Education Act. Sometimes in the name of paperwork and sometimes in the name of verification, the school management harasses the children. One such case is being seen in Greater Noida, adjacent to the national capital. Here even after four months of selection in RTE the school management is not ready to admit these children.

In such a situation, the parents, who are tired of going round the schools, are reaching the office of the primary education officer and complaining every day. Parents who reached the BSA office on Wednesday also said that their children ask every day when their school will open. When will he go to school, but he doesn’t even have answers to these questions. In such situations, parents have asked BSA the same questions.

BSA notice issued

With no concrete response from the BSA, the parents approached the District Magistrate’s office and filed a complaint against the schools. After this, the education department swung into action and issued notices to all school administrators. However, so far the students and their parents have not received any assurance from the schools. Parents Govind, resident of Sakipur village, said their son’s name appeared in the second lottery of DPS school.

Accreditation will be revoked

It’s been four months since the incident, but he’s tired of making the rounds of the DPS school. Every time the school people say verification is still going on. Admission of the child will be done only after verification. Chijarsi’s resident sign is also in a similar condition. He said schools are reluctant to admit. Complaints have been made to BSA about this before, but no progress has been made so far. However, BSA Rahul Panwar said that strict action is being taken against schools which do not take admissions. If necessary, their accreditation will be revoked.

Nita Yadav

Nita Yadav

I am Nita Yadav, specializing in writing about politics and breaking national news. My focus is on delivering insightful and timely perspectives on these crucial topics, aiming to inform and engage my readers effectively.

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