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RTE Promoters Training Programme

PAFRE People’s Alliance for Fundamental Right to Education conceived as a movement to align under one large entity as individuals, groups and networks which needs for building powerful civil society pressure group to bring in to realization of the dream of common school ‘System Of Uniform Quality Education’ to all children of the country. The beginning of this movement a State level Convention held on Stock Taking of RTE Implementation. Many dignitaries, Educationists, thinkers were joined together to discuss the various issues related to RTE Implementation in Karnataka. Please refer State Level Convention Report.

The passage of the Constitution (Eighty-Sixth Amendment) Act 2002, education in India has become a fundamental right of every child. Article 21A of the Indian constitution guarantees Free and Compulsory Education to all children of the age group of six to fourteen years. In ensuring the constitutional right of Indian children to school education, separate legislation was enacted by the Indian Parliament i.e. the Right of Children to free and Compulsory Education Act, 2009. This act came in to force from 2010 April. It’s been 9 years over; still, the RTE act implementation is far from satisfactory.

PADI is Working for the Quality Education in Government Primary schools and the keen attention is been given by involving with the Education Department, Grama Panchayath, School Development Monitoring Committees and so on related subcommittees, in the selected 52 schools of Udupi and Dakshina Kannada.

With an extent, through the PAFRE it’s been expanded the initial work to the 4 regions of Karnataka i.e. Belagavi, Gulbarga, Mysore and Bangalore, where the promoters for Right to education are raised up to oversee the status of education. Regular training, awareness, exposures were given and the interest group strives to support the implementation of Right to Education in the respective villages.

This is possible only through the SDMC members and these stakeholders have the main responsibility to monitor the School development aspects and the learning performance of children in their respective schools.

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