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68 per cent of children studying under section 12 (1)(c)- RTE are from Madhya Pradesh, Rajasthan, Karnataka, and Tamil Nadu. More than 1.5 lakh students got enrolled under RTE in Delhi till 2018 -19.

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19 Per Cent Increase In Admissions Through RTE: Report
06/01/2020 | BW Education

68 per cent of children studying under section 12 (1)(c)- RTE are from Madhya Pradesh, Rajasthan, Karnataka, and Tamil Nadu. More than 1.5 lakh students got enrolled under RTE in Delhi till 2018 -19.

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There is growing awareness and demand in society on education. This is also seen in the yearly increase in the children admitted under Section 12(1)(c) that mandates private schools to reserve 25 percent of their seats for students from disadvantaged sections.

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19% increase in admissions in 4 years under Right to Education Act
01/01/2020 | Business Today

There is growing awareness and demand in society on education. This is also seen in the yearly increase in the children admitted under Section 12(1)(c) that mandates private schools to reserve 25 percent of their seats for students from disadvantaged sections.

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68% of children studying under section 12 (1)(c)- RTE are from Madhya Pradesh, Rajasthan, Karnataka & Tamil Nadu

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Right to Education (RTE) is gearing up with 19% increase in admissions
31/12/2019 | Higher Education Plus

68% of children studying under section 12 (1)(c)- RTE are from Madhya Pradesh, Rajasthan, Karnataka & Tamil Nadu

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In the tenth year of its existence, the Right of Children to Free and Compulsory Education Act (RTE), 2009, has seen an impressive growth of 19% increase by year over year in admission since 2015-16. This finding by Indus Action in its annual report The Bright Spots 2019 throws a very different landscape of education in the country.

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Right to Education (RTE) is gearing up with 19% increase in admissions
31/12/2019 | India Education Diary

In the tenth year of its existence, the Right of Children to Free and Compulsory Education Act (RTE), 2009, has seen an impressive growth of 19% increase by year over year in admission since 2015-16. This finding by Indus Action in its annual report The Bright Spots 2019 throws a very different landscape of education in the country.

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A famous French philosopher, political activist, and literary critic once had said that “We are our choices”.

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Implementation of Right to Education Act-A journey so far
22/11/2019 | Edualmanac

A famous French philosopher, political activist, and literary critic once had said that “We are our choices”.

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Indus Action’s flagship annual conference – Sustain, Develop and Grow (SDG) from 4-5 October in New Delhi. Our focus for the 2019 edition will be on the most vulnerable as well as the most critical citizens – The first 3000 days of a child.

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