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    BJP leaders urge government for a degree college and effective RTE implementation

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    In Gadwal, BJP leaders led by district president Rama Chandra Reddy protested for a degree college in Ieeja Municipality and proper implementation of the Right to Education act. They demanded a government BC hostel, SC hostel, and a government degree college in the area. Rama Chandra Reddy highlighted the educational needs, noting the town’s population exceeding one lakh and its connectivity to neighboring mandals.

    The BJP leaders emphasized the urgent need for educational facilities in Ieeja town, where many rural students face challenges in pursuing higher education due to inadequate hostel accommodations. They also stressed the importance of the Right to Education (RTE) Act, which mandates free and compulsory education for children aged 6 to 14 years across India.

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    Telangana has taken various measures to ensure effective implementation of the RTE Act, including enrollment drives, infrastructure development, quality improvement, scholarships, monitoring, inclusive education, mid-day meal scheme, and community involvement. The state also has specific provisions for implementing the RTE Act in private schools, such as reservation of 25% of seats for children from economically weaker sections and disadvantaged groups.

    Non-compliant private schools face consequences like fines, revocation of recognition, denial of grants, legal action, and more. Similarly, Mandal Education Officers and District Education Officers who fail to enforce the RTE Act may face disciplinary action, legal consequences, transfer/demotion, administrative penalties, impact on career progression, public scrutiny, and training mandates.

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    It is crucial for education officials to diligently enforce the RTE Act to ensure all children have access to free and compulsory education as required by law.

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    Rajesh M
    Rajesh M
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