Sunday, April 12, 2015

SSC SI ASI Recruitment 2015 CPO Exam Application Form (2902 Vacancies)

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SSC SI ASI Recruitment 2015 CPO Exam Application Form (2902 Vacancies)

SSC CPO Notification 2015 Last Date:
Starting of On-line application: 28.03.2015
Last date of application (part I): 25.04.2015 (up to 5:00 P.M.)
For part II – 28.04.2015 (up to 5:00 P.M.).

Exam date: 21 June 2015

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No Fee - for Women Candidates , Female Candidates are Encouraged to Apply
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 SSC SI Vacancies in CAPFs:
Total : 1706 vacancies
SSC ASI in CISF Recruitment 2015:
Total: 1101 vacancies
SSC SI Exe. in Delhi police vacancies 2015 (Male):
Total: 95 Jobs


 Government of India, Staff Selection Commission (SSC) has published  Central Police Organisation (CPO) 2015 Examination Notification for Recruitment of Sub Inspectors (SI) and Assistant Sub Inspectors (ASI) - 2015. SSC will hold CPO 2015 Exam for filling up 2902 Vacancies of SI in Delhi Police & CAPFs and Assistant SI in CISF and IO in NCB 2015. Eligible Indian Nationals are required to fill Two Parts of Online Registration on or before 25th April 2015 (Part-I) and 28th April 2015 (Part-II).
Name of Post
Total Vacancies
Sub Inspector (SI) in CAPFs
1706 [CRPF - 221 (Male - 205, Female - 16), BSF - 607 (Male - 577, Female - 30), ITBP - 289 (Male - 266, Female - 23), CISF - 536 (Male - 482, Female - 54), SSB - 53 (Male - 35, Female - 18)]
Assistant Sub Inspector (ASI) in CISF
1106 (Male – 991, Female – 110)
Sub Inspector (SI) – Male in Delhi Police
95
Age Limit: 20 to 25 Years as on 1st January 2015. Age Relaxation - 5 Years for SC/ST, 3 Years for OBC, For other eligible category candidates as per Govt Rules.
Pay Scale:
Sub Inspector (SI) -> Pay Band-2 Rs.9300 - 34800 with Grade Pay Rs.4200/-
Assistant SI -> Pay Band-2 Rs.5200 - 20200 with Grade Pay Rs.2800/-
Educational Qualification: Any Bachelor's Degree from a recognized University or equivalent.
Selection Process: All India Examination will comprise of Written Examination (CPO - 2015) in two phases, Physical Endurance Test, Medical Examination and Interview/personality test.
Written Examination: The Date of Examination is 21st June 2015 (Sunday). The Deduction of 0.25 marks will be made for each incorrect answer marked on OMR Answer Sheet.
PAPER-I  [Date of Exam - 21/06/2015 (FN)  - Two Hours (10.00 A.M. to 12.00 Noon)]
Parts
Subjects
No of Questions
No of Marks
Part A
General Intelligence and Reasoning
50
50
Part B
General Knowledge and General Awareness
50
50
Part C
Quantitative Aptitude
50
50
Part D
English Comprehension
50
50
PAPER-II [Date of Exam - 21/06/2015 (AN) - Two Hours (10.00 A.M. to 12.00 Noon)]
Subjects
No of Questions
No of Marks
English language & Comprehension
200
200
Physical Endurance Test: Only Written Exam passed candidates allowed for Physical Efficiency (Endurance) Test (PET). The PET consist of following components:-
For Male candidates ->
(a) 100 meters race in 16 seconds.
(b) 1.6 Kms race in 6.5 minutes.
(c) Long Jump - 3.65 metres in 3 chances.
(d) High Jump - 1.2 metres in 3 chances.
(e) Shot put (16 Lbs) - 4.5 metres in 3 chances.
For Female Candidates –>
(a) 100 metres race in 18 seconds.
(b) 800 metres race in 4 minutes.
(c) Long Jump - 2.7 metres (9 feet) in 3 chances.
(d) High Jump - 0.9 metres (3 feet) in 3 chances.
Application Fee: Rs.100/- payable through "Central Recruitment Fee Stamps(CRFS)" in case of Off-line or SBI Challan or Online payment through State Bank of India for Online applications. No fee for SC / ST / Ex-Serviceman and all category Women Candidates.
How To Apply: Eligible Candidates are required to Apply Online through SSC Online Portal (OR) Prescribed format of Online Application Form. Online Registration contains Two Parts. Part-I Registration end on 25/04/2015 up to 5:00 PM, Part-II Registration close on 28/04/2015 up to 5:00 PM.
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Friday, April 10, 2015

SARKARI NAUKRI - TGT TEACHRS KE LIYE TET MANDATORY, HIGH COURT -

SARKARI NAUKRI   -  TGT TEACHRS KE LIYE TET MANDATORY, HIGH COURT -

TGT HINDI TEACHER KEE BHRTEE KE LIYE YACHEE NE 3 POINTS KA ULLEKH KIYAA -
1. ADVT. NIKALNE KE SAMAY KOEE TET KA ULLEKH NAHIN THAA, AUR GAME SHURU HONE KE BAAD RULES BADLE NAHIN JAA SAKTE
2. DELHI SARKAR KHUD APNE SCHOOLS MEIN BAGER TET KE BHRTEE KARTEE AA RAHEE HAI
3.BHRTEE SHURU HONE KE SAMAY TET ETC. KE NIYAM NAHIN THE.

COURT NE KAHA KEE -
1. GAME KE RULE BEECH MEIN NAHIN BADLE JAA SAKTE KA AGAR HAM SEHYOG KARENE TO FIR HAM BHEE STATUTORY PROVISION KA ULLANGHAN KARENGE. JO HAM NAHIN KAR SAKTE.
2.SUPREME COURT KA GAME CHANGE KA RULE KOEE UNIVBERSAL RULE NAHIN HAI, KHAS POINT YE HAI KI EMPLOYER NE KOEE SWECHHE / ARBITRARY VIOLATION - SAMANTA KE ADHIKAR ARTICLE 14 KA TO NAHIN KIYAA.
AUR VO HAME NAJAR NAHIN AATA.
ISLEEYE YACHEE KEE APPEAL DIMISS WITHOUT ANY RELIEF.


WPC 5249/2012

IN THE HIGH COURT OF DELHI AT NEW DELHI
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W.P.(C) No.5249/2012
%
25th November, 2013
SHIV RAM MEENA
......
Petitioner
Through:
Mr. M.K.Bhardwaj, Adv.
VERSUS
GOVT. OF NCT OF DELHI & ORS.
...... Respondents
Through
:  Mr. Arjun Pant, Adv. For R
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1. Mr. Pawan K.Khanna, Adv. for R
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2.CORAM:
HON’BLE MR. JUSTICE VALMIKI J.MEHTA
To be referred to the Reporter or not?
Yes
VALMIKI J. MEHTA, J (ORAL)
1.
By this writ petition, petitioner seeks appointment to the post of TGT  (Hindi)  in  the  reserved  category with  the  Nehru  Adarsh  Senior  Secondary School.   Petitioner   claims   that   he   had   the   necessary   qualifications   of graduation and B.Ed degree and accordingly he was called for the interview, and  having  been  selected  in  the  interview he ought  to  have  been  given
appointment.
2.Respondent no.1 is the Director of Education. The school in questionnamely  Nehru  Adarsh  Senior  Secondary  School is  represented  throughWPC 5249/2012 Page2 of 8 respondent nos. 2 and 3.  Counter -affidavits filed by these respondents showthat  petitioner  was  not  given  appointment  because  as  per  the  relevant provisions Sections  2(a)&(n)  &  23(1) of  the  Right  of  Children  to  Free  and Compulsory  Education  Act, 2009  there  cannot be appointment of  a  teacher
in the school unless the teacher has Central Teachers Eligibility Test (CTET) qualification,  and  since  the  petitioner  didnot  have  the  CTET  qualification , petitioner was not appointed.  Along with the counter - affidavit of respondentno.1,  the  circular  of  the  Govt.  of  NCT  of  Delhi  da
ted  29.2.2012  has  been annexed  as  Annexure  R- 1  to  show  that  schools  are  illegally  appointing persons  as  teachers  in  spite  of not  having the  r equirement  of  CTETqualification
as  per  the  RTE  Act,  2009  and  schools  have  been  directed  to ensure  compliance  of  CT
ET  requirement  for  appointing  of  a  person  as  a teacher in the school.  This circular
dated 29.2.2012 reads as under:
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“GOVERNMENT OF NATIONAL CAPITAL TERRITORY
OF DELHI DIRECTORATE OF EDUCATION
OLD SECRETARIAT, DELHI
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110054
No.DE/15/Act/2010/7863
Date: 2
9/02/2012
Sub:
Clarification   Regarding   Recruiting   Only   CTET   Qualified Teachers in Aided Schools
WPC 5249/2012 Page 3 of 8 In pursuance of sub - section (1) or Section 23 of the Right
of  Children  to  Free  and  Compulsory  Education  Act  2009,  theNational Council for Teacher Education,vide their Notification No.215   F.N.61 - 03/20/2010/NCTE(N&S)   dated   23.08.2010,
prescribed the clearance of Teacher Eligibility Test as a part of the  minimum  essential  qualification  for  a person  to  be  eligible for appointment as teacher to teach in the school s referred to in
clause (n) of Section (2) of the aforesaid Act.
In  accordance  with  the  spirit  of  the  RTE  Act  and  theaforementioned Notification issued by the National council for Teacher    Education,    the    Directorate    of    Education,    vide
Notification     No.     F4(6)(350)/E - IV/2011/621     issued     on 07.10.2011 with the approval of Hon‟ble Lieutenant Governor of  the  GNCT  Delhi,  recognized  only  the  Central  Teacher
Eligibility  Test  conducted  by  the  Central  Board  of  Secondary Education  in  lieu  of  State  Eligibility  Test  for  appointment  of teachers  to  teach  classes  I  to  VIII  in  the  schools  referred  in clause (n) of Section 2 of the RTE Act.
This Notification has already been published in the Delhi Gazette   Extra   Ordinary   Part   IV   on   07.10.2011,   and   also circulated     widely     vide     Circular     No.F.N.DE4(6)(350)E
- IV/2011/18875 - 18924 dated 26.12.2011.
Despite  the  aforesaid  provision  having  come  into  force with its  modification  with  effect  from  07.10.2011,  it  has  been observed that some schools are still considering application
- for recruitment  to  various  teaching  posts - submitted  by  candidates who  have  not  qualified  the  CTET,  which  act  on  their  part  is unlawful  and  warrants  action  as  per  the  as  per  appropriate provisions of law.
It   is,   therefore,   reiterated   that   with   effect   from   the aforesaid notification,  only  CTET  qualified  teachers  shall  be employed  by  the  government  aided  schools  as  referred  to  in clause (n) of Section 2 of the RTE Act 2009.
WPC 5249/2012 Page 4 of 8 3.
It is therefore clear that no one can be appointed as a teacher in a school after the passing of the Right to Education Act, 2009 (in short „RTE Act,  2009), read  with the  notification  of  National  Council  for  Teacher Education dated 23.8.2010, unless such a person has CTET qualification.
4. In the present case, the appointment which the petitioner claims to  the  post  of  TGT(Hindi)  is  after  the  National  Council  for  Teacher Education  notification  dated  23.8.2010,  and  therefore,  unless  the  petitioner has  CTET  qualification,  and  admittedly  which qualification
the  petitioner did not have at the time of his being selected, he cannot be appointed to the
post of TGT (Hindi) in the respondent - school.
5. Counsel  for  the  petitioner  made  three  submissions  before  this Court for grant of the relief claimed in the writ petition.  The first is that the advertisement in   question   did   not   mention   the   requirement   of   CTET qualification  and  therefore  rules  of  the  game  cannot  be  changed  once  the selection  process  is  set  into  motion.    The  second submission is  that Government  of  NCT  of  Delhi  itself  is  employing  teachers  without  CTET qualifications, and therefore, petitioner should not be discriminated against, and  reliance  for  this  purpose  is  placed  upon  the  advertisement  dated 13.9.2011   issued   for   recruitment   of   2012   which   does   not   have   the
WPC 5249/2012 Page 5 of 8 requirement of a CTET qualification for a teacher.
The     third submission made is  by  placing  reliance  on the  judgment  of  the  Supreme  Court  in  the case  of Y.V.Rangaiah  and  Others  Vs.  J.Sreenivasa  Rao  and  Others  1983 SCC (L&S) 382 (1983) 3 SCC 284 that vacancies have to be filled in as per the recruitment rules as prevalent at the time when vacancies occur and not when the vacancies are filled in.
6 . So  far  as  the first argument,  which  is  urged  on  behalf  the petitioner is concerned that rules of the games cannot be changed mid way because  the  advertisement  did  not  prescribe  the  requirement  of  CTET qualification, in my opinion, this argument if accepted ,
the same will amount to Court becoming a party to gross violation of the statutory provisions and
the statutory notifications as per the RTE Act , 2009.  Once the law requires a specific  qualification  for  appointment, assuming  that  the authorities  may choose  to  wink  and not  comply  with  the  requirement,  cannot  mean  that Court should direct appointments in violation of provisions of the statute.  It cannot be and could not be disputed before me that in terms of the RTE Act, 2009 and the notification reproduced above, for all appointments made after 2009,  there  was  a  requirement  of  CTET  qualification  for  a  teacher.    Once there  is  a  statutory  requirement,
Court  can  give  its  imprimatur  to  an  action WPC 5249/2012 Page 6 of 8 which will amount to violation of the statute and the statutory notifications
I  therefore,  refuse  to  accede  to  the  argument that  merely  because  the advertisement  does  not  provide  requirement  of  CTET  qualification,  simply for  that  reason  appointment  should  be  made  ignoring  the  requirement  of CTET  qualification,  and effectively  ignoring  the  statutory  provisions  and statutory notifications.
7. So  far  as  the  second  argument  is  concerned,  the  same  also stands  rejected  in  view  of  the
above discussion of the  first  argument , because ,there cannot be estoppel against law.  I must also observe that I am doubtful  if  merely  by  the  petitioner  filing  the  recruitment  notification  of
2012  for  appointment  of  teachers,  teachers would  have  been  appointed  by the Govt. of NCT of Delhi who do not have CTET qualification.
8 .Therefore,   the   argument   that   CTET   qualification   can   be overlooked and can  be
so accepted  by  the  Courts is  not  correct, and  also I cannot accept  the  argument  that  merely  because  advertisement  of  2012 which is   filed does   not   mention   requirement   of CTET   qualification , therefore, actual  recruitment  must  have  been  done  by  the  Govt.  of  NCT  of
Delhi or by the schools governed by the Director of Education, of teachers , who did not have CTET qualifications.
WPC 5249/2012 Page 7 of 8
9. The  third  and  the  final  argument  urged  on  behalf  of  the petitioner  did  carry  some  substance  because  it  is  the  law  that  recruitment should  be  as  per  the  recruitment  rules  when  the  vacancies  arise,  however, this argument will not hold good if there is statutory provision covering the field.  As per ordinary law and administrative rules of an employer there can
take  place  recruitments  only  as  per  the  extant  recruitment  rules  when  the vacancies
occurred , however, this is not a universal rule and it has so been held by the Supreme Court in the case of Deepak Agarwal & Anr. Vs. State of  Uttar  Pradesh  &  Ors.  (2011)  6  SCC  725
wherein  the  Supreme  Court referred  to  the  earlier  judgment  in  the  case  of Y.V.Rangaiah  (supra) and observed that once there are statutory rules, such statutory rules will prevail
and there is no universal rule of absolute application that vacancies are to be filled invariably by the law existing when the vacancy arises.  Once there are statutory rules and statutory provisions which hold the field , the judgment in the case of Y.V.Rangaiah (supra) will not apply and which will really apply to administrative circulars and notifications. Of course, I may state that even with respect to administrative circulars , rules and notifications , there may be in the facts of the particular case entitlement of an employer to specifically ask for a specific requirement although such requirement did not exist when the  vacancy had  arisen inasmuch  as  it  is  not unknown  to  law  that  if  the
WPC 5249/2012 Page 8 of 8  legislature or an employer so wants, there can be a retrospective application of  a  particular  requirement  as  per  the  facts  of  each  case , because,
what  is really to be examined is that actually is there a violation of Article 14 of the Constitution of  India  i.e  whether  or  not  action of the  employer  is  arbitrary. 
In the facts of a particular case, it may be possible that action of an employer in  requiring  the  retrospective  application  of  a  qualification  may  not  be arbitrary,  however  I  need  not  observe  in  this  regard  one way or  the  other , inasmuch as, in the present case we are concerned with statutory provisions, statutory  rules  and  statutory  notifications  which  bar  the  appointment  of  a
person as a teacher in a school, unless such person has CTET qualification.
10 . In view of the above, I do not find any merit in the petition, and the same is dismissed, leaving the parties to bear their own costs.
NOVEMBER 25 , 2013 /
ib
VALMIKI J. MEHTA, J.



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Tuesday, March 10, 2015

UPTET SARKARI NAUKRI News - Seven Lakh Teachers Post Created under RTE replied by Tharoor in 2013, Only TET pass eligible for RTE appointment -

UPTET SARKARI NAUKRI   News - Seven Lakh Teachers Post Created under RTE replied by Tharoor in 2013, Only TET pass eligible for RTE appointment  -

Dr. Tharoor said that only a person who qualifies the Teacher Eligibility Test Conducted by the appropriate government will be eligible for appointment as a teacher for Class I-VIII as per NCTE. The Minister was replying to a written question on the issue.


Ministry of Human Resource Development

13-March, 2013 16:26 IST
Seven Lakh Teachers Post Created under RTE

Over Seven Lakh additional teacher posts have been sanctioned in the last three years under the Right to Education Act. This was stated by the MOS, HRD, Dr. Shashi Tharoor in Lok Sabha today. He said these posts have been approved to maintain Pupil Teacher Ratio under the Sarva Shiksha Abhiyan (SSA) programme which has been harmonized with the RTE Act.

In reply to another question, Dr. Tharoor said that only a person who qualifies the Teacher Eligibility Test Conducted by the appropriate government will be eligible for appointment as a teacher for Class I-VIII as per NCTE. The Minister was replying to a written question on the issue.

RNM/Hb
(Release ID :93597)

Source : Press Information Bureau Govt of India

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passing the Teacher Eligibility Test (TET) as an essential qualification for being appointed as a teacher in classes I-VIII

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Ministry of Human Resource Development
20-March, 2013 16:09 IST
NCTE

The Ministry of Human Resource Development has constituted Joint Review Missions consisting of eminent teacher education experts to review progress and to consider issues related to programme planning. The mission’s task will include implementation, monitoring and evaluation, with respect to each of the programmatic interventions under the Scheme for 10 states of the country.

The Lok Sabha was informed today by the Ministry of State, Human Resource Development, Dr. Shashi Tharoor that the Hon,ble Supreme Court had in May, 2011 appointed a High Powered Commission under the Chairmanship the former Chief Justice of India, Justice J.S. Verma to examine various aspects relating to the teacher education system, including the role and function of the National Council for Teacher Education (NCTE), and recommend measures for improvement. The Commission submitted its Report to Hon’ble Supreme Court on 29.08.2012 and made recommendations in four main categories as under:-

(i) Quality of Pre-service Teacher Education

(ii) Quality of In-service Teacher Education

(iii) Teacher Performance and Teacher Audit

(iv) Strengthening the Regulatory functions of the National Council for Teacher Education (NCTE)

The Government and the National Council for Teacher Education (NCTC) have taken several steps to improve the quality of teacher education. These include laying down teacher qualifications under the Right of Children to Free and Compulsory Education (RTE) Act, 2009; specifying passing the Teacher Eligibility Test (TET) as an essential qualification for being appointed as a teacher in classes I-VIII; the development of the National Curriculum Framework of Teacher Education, NCFTE (2009); the preparation of model syllabi for teacher education courses; the revision of the Centrally Sponsored Scheme of Teacher Education for the XII Plan, which entails the strengthening and expansion of existing institutional structures such as the District Institutes of Education and Training (DIETs), the College of Teacher Education (CTEs) and the Institutes of Advanced Studies in Education (IASEs), the strengthening of the State Councils for Education Research and Training (SCERTs), and the establishment of Block Institutes of Teacher Education (BITEs) in SC/ST/Minority concentration districts, etc.

There are about 43 Lakh teachers in Government Schools. Dr. Shashi Tharoor was replying to a written question on a high powered Committee to look into the functioning of regional centres of National Council for Teacher Education (NCTE) in the House today.

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Right to Education (RTE) News - 20 Lakh Jobs Created under RTE upto 2012-13 And 12 Lakh 48 Thousand Posts Were Already Filled -

Right to Education (RTE)   News - 20 Lakh Jobs  Created under RTE upto 2012-13 And 12 Lakh 48 Thousand Posts Were Already Filled -

This information given on Press Information Bureau og Govt Of India Website  >>> 20 Lakh Jobs Created under Right to Education Act And out of 20 Lakh Posts - 12 Lakh 48 Thousand Posts were filled.


   Republic Day 2014 R. N. Mishra*  S. Aswathy**



Right to Education (RTE) is by far the most historic development in universalisation of elementary education in the country. Enacted in 2010, it implies that every child in the age group of 6 to 14 years has Right to elementary education.  They are entitled for free and compulsory education.

The Sarva Shiksha Abhiyan (SSA) is the main vehicle for implementation of the RTE Act. It is one of the largest programmes of its kind in the world. It is primarily funded from central budget and it covers the whole country. More than 19 crore children are covered under this scheme in 11 lakh habitations. 98% of habitations in this country have elementary schools within 1 km and 92% have upper primary schools within 3 km of their locations.

            The programme has been implemented in order to narrow down gender and social gaps in elementary education. Special efforts have been made to reach out to girls and children belonging to SC/ST and Muslim minority communities.

Over 3500 Kasturba Gandhi Balika Vidyalayas (KGBV) have been set up as residential upper primary schools for girls from SC, ST, OBC, Muslim communities and BPL girls in the educationally backward blocks. Free boarding / lodging, books, stationary and uniforms are being provided to the children in these schools.

Under SSA, special attention has been given to urban deprived children, children affected by periodic migration and children living in remote and scattered habitations. Attempts have also been made to reach out to children suffering from autism. It involves their identification, preparation of individualized Education Plan, teacher training on Autism and therapeutic support.

            As part of the scheme, steps have been taken to improve the standard of elementary education in the country. It includes improvement in infrastructural facilities and sanctioning of new teacher posts in government schools. Free textbooks are being provided to all children in government and government aided schools.

            Last year, the centre released more than 23800 crore rupees and during the current financial year (2013-14), in the first eight months, over 16000 crore rupees have been released.

            This increased funding has led to massive creation and improvement of infrastructure at school level. About 95% schools have drinking water facilities and 90% schools have toilets. Similarly about 75% upper primary schools have furniture. More than 3 lakh new school buildings with toilets, drinking water facilities and electricity have been created under the Sarva Shiksha Abhiyan, a flagship programme of UPA government to implement RTE.

            Since the enactment of the Right of Children to Free and Compulsory Education (RTE) Act, 2009, the enrolment of children at the elementary level has increased from about 19 crore in 2008-09 to about 20 crore in 2012-13 as per District Information System for Education (DISE) data. A total of over forty three thousand five hundred schools, seven lakh additional classrooms, five lakh forty six thousand toilets and thirty four thousand six hundred drinking water facilities have been sanctioned to States/UTs under Sarva Shiksha Abhiyan (SSA) programme to meet the objectives of the RTE Act.

            The enrolment among the SCs has increased from 3 crore to 4 crore during 2008-09 and 2012-13. Similar positive trends have been noticed among STs and minorities also. Thirteen states have also admitted children belonging to disadvantaged groups/weaker sections in private unaided schools as per the RTE Act.

Along with the Mid Day Meal Scheme, the Right to Education Act has made substantial impact on universalisation of elementary education, reduction in dropout rates and fighting classroom hunger.

            The improvement is reflected in the Net Enrolment ratio in Primary Education. It was 99.89% in 2011-12. There has been a substantial drop in dropout rate among the kids at the elementary level.  The number of out of school children has come down sharply from more than 1.34 crore in 2005 to 29 lakh in 2012-13.

             Several new measures have been taken for improving quality under RTE, in letter as well as in spirit. About 20 lakh additional teacher posts have been sanctioned under SSA upto 2012-13. Out of this twelve lakh forty thousand posts are reported to have been filled. After RTE, it is compulsory that only those people who are able to clear the Teacher Eligibility Test may be appointed as teachers.

            To improve quality of learning, children are provided free text books upto class 8. Continuous and comprehensive evaluation system is being promoted. Curriculum reforms are made to make learning more children friendly and inclusive.  Training for in service teachers and head masters are being incentivized.

The focus of all HRD Ministry schemes under the 11th Five Year Plan was access and growth whereas quality is the key under the current Five Year Plan.

 (PIB Feature).

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*ADG(HRD), PIB, New Delhi.



** Information Assistant, PIB, New Delhi



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Press Information Bureau
Government of India
Ministry of Human Resource Development
22-January-2014 16:26 IST
Visible improvement in School Infrastructure since implementation of RTE Act, 2009

The Right of Children to Free and Compulsory Education (RTE) Act, came into force from 1st April 2010. The Act laid down a three year time frame to attain various norms and standards as specified in the Schedule to the RTE Act. The Department of School Education & Literacy, Ministry of Human Resource Development has been documenting the progress made by States and UTs every year since the RTE Act came into force on the basis of DISE data. Recently the Ministry has published RTE: The 3rd Year on the basis of DISE Data 2012-13 with respect to children’s enrolment, teacher availability and infrastructure indicators for each State as well as at the national level. RTE: The 3rd Year has also captured additional indicators on the child centered provisions as well as quality. The publication focuses on the progress made by States and UTs since the enactment of the Act in the last three years. State wise stock taking of various indicators is helpful in analyzing the trends and also for further planning.

All States and UTs have notified the State RTE Rules. Major notifications with regard to setting up systems to implement the RTE Act have also been put in place. All States/UTs have notified their State Academic Authorities and issued notifications with regard to the elementary education cycle of 8 years. Also notifications with regard to no corporal punishment, banning of private tuitions, banning of screening procedure and capitation fees and no board examinations up to the elementary level have been put in place by all the States/ UTs. By 2012-13, 88% of the schools had a School Management Committee as per provisions of the RTE Act. 75% of the members of SMCs are parents of children studying in school and at least 50% of these are women.

Total enrolment in the elementary education have been steadily rising and stands at 13.47 crores at primary and 6.49 crores at upper primary level with girls forming 48% and 49% of the enrolment respectively. There is also a very encouraging trend of the enrolment of SC/ST and Muslim children which is representative of their share in the population.

The pupil teacher ratio at the national level has shown a dramatic improvement. It has come down from 32 in 2009-10 at the elementary level to 27 in 2012-13. 26 States/UTs had also conducted one/more rounds of Teacher Eligibility Test (TET) by September 2012.

School infrastructure has been steadily improving since coming into force of the RTE Act. Number of elementary schools in the country (Government and unaided) stands at 11,53,472. The student-class room ratio is down to 29 students per class room. 95% of the schools have been provided with drinking water facility and coverage of separate girls’ toilets has increased from 59% in 2009-10 to 69% in 2012-13. States/UTs like Chandigarh, Delhi, Daman & Diu, Gujarat, Haryana, Karnataka, Lakshadweep, Punjab, Puducherry etc. have covered all schools with drinking water facility.

The RTE Act also lays down the working hours and instructional hours in schools. Each state has issued its own notification in this regard. 30 States have developed a Continuous Comprehensive Education module and in 26 States, it has been implemented universally in all schools.

RNM/DS/HKJ/SA – RTE Report/22/01/2014
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Ministry of Social Justice & Empowerment
11-December-2014 17:11 IST
Education Level of Handicapped Children

As per Census 2001, 49 percent of persons with disabilities are literate, out of which graduate and above constitute 3%.

The Rights of Children to Free & Compulsory Education (RTE) Act, 2009 provides for free and compulsory education to children including children with disabilities, as mentioned in PwD Act, 1995, and the National Trust for the Welfare of Persons with Autism Cerebral Palsy, Mental Retardation and Multiple Retardation and Multiple Disabilities Act, 1999, in the age group of 6-14 years at elementary level in a neighborhood school. The Government has since aligned the Sarva Shiksha Abhiyan (SSA) norms with the provisions of Right of Children to Free and Compulsory Education Act, 2009. SSA ensures that every child with special needs, irrespective of the kind, category and degree of disability, is provided meaningful and quality education. Hence, SSA has adopted a zero rejection policy. This means that no child having special needs should be deprived of the right to education and taught in an environment, which is best, suited to his/her learning needs. The Scheme of Inclusive Education for Disabled at Secondary State (IEDSS) provides assistance for the inclusive education of the disabled children in classes IX-XII. The aim of the Scheme is to enable all students with disabilities, after completing eight years of elementary schooling, to pursue further four years of secondary schooling (classes IX to XII) in an inclusive and enabling environment. The scheme covers all children with disabilities, passing out of elementary school and studying at secondary and higher secondary stage, as defined under the PwD Act, 1995 and National Trust for the Welfare of Persons with Autism, Cerebral Palsy, Mental Retardation and Multiple Disabilities Act, 1999. Further, under the Deendayal Disabled Rehabilitation Scheme (DDRS), financial assistance is provided to Non-Governmental Organizations (NGOs) for (i) pre-school and early intervention and training to prepare disabled infants and children upto 6 years of age, for their schooling and integration at the appropriate stage in regular schools, (ii) imparting education, (iii) life skills to children with disabilities in special schools and also for vocational training.

This information was given by the Minister of State for Social Justice and Empowerment, Shri Krishan Pal Gujar in a written reply to a question in Rajya Sabha here today.


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RTE Act News - Smriti Irani Replied in Rajya Sabha -

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Ministry of Human Resource Development
21-July-2014 17:58 IST
Towards Qualitative and Affordable Education in the Country

The Ministry of Human Resource Development has taken a number of initiatives including various Centrally Sponsored Schemes (CSS) to enhance access of quality education at affordable rates:

Sarva Shiksha Abhiyan (SSA): To meet the objectives of the RTE Act, 47488 schools, 753733 additional classrooms, 583748 toilets, 40161 drinking water facilities & 7.02 lakh teachers have been sanctioned under the scheme since 2009-10. The progress under the RTE, Act, 2009 indicates that 19.88 crore children have been enrolled in elementary school, with a Gross Enrolment Ratio (GER) of 96.5% as per unified District Information System for Education (UDISE) 2013-14. The annual average dropout rate has come down from 6.8% (2009-10) to 4.7% (2013-14) at primary level.

Rashtriya Madhymik Shiksha Abhiyan was launched in March, 2009 with the objective to universalize access to secondary education and to improve its quality. This programme now subsumes the earlier independent Centrally Sponsored Schemes (CSS) in the Secondary Education sector i.e. ICT @ Schools, Inclusive Education for Disabled at Secondary Stage (IEDSS), Vocational Education (VE) and Girls Hostel (GH). Under RMSA, till date 10,337 new Secondary educational schools have opened and 34,891 existing schools have been strengthened. Under the ICT @ Schools, around 88,236 schools have been covered to be equipped for computer teaching and computer enabled learning. Under the IEDSS – 5,65,683 children’s have been covered till date. Under the Girls Hostel – 2,160 hostels in which 39,745 girls are residing have approved till date.

The Right of Children to Free and Compulsory Education (RTE) Act, 2009 has been enacted which envisages significant reforms in the Elementary Education sector. The Act makes it incumbent on Government to provide free and compulsory education to all children of 6-14 years of age; ensure compulsory admission, attendance and completion of elementary education by every child of the age of six to fourteen years.

The University Grants Commission (UGC) has taken various measures for educational reforms, such as the introduction of a semester system, the regular updating of Curricula and Choice Based Credit Systems (CBSC), etc. The UGC has also issued the Mandatory Assessment and Accreditation of Higher Educational Institutions, Regulations, 2012 whereby all eligible higher Educational institutions are required to get themselves accredited.

Apart from strengthening the on-going schemes of the Ministry, the following new initiatives have been included in the Budget 2014-15 -

 Setting up of 5 IITs and 5 IIMs

 Pandit Madan Mohan Malviya New Teachers Training Program.

 Setting up of Virtual Classrooms and Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs)

 Creation of National e-library.

 Establishing Lok Nayak Jayaprakash National Centre for excellence in humanities in Madhya Pradesh.

 Provision for toilets and drinking water in all the girls’ schools.

 Schools Assessment Program.

 Simplification of norms for education.

This information was given by the Union Minister of HRD, Smt. Smriti Irani in a written reply to a Rajya Sabha question today.

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