Notice to two officers of Education Department, case of violation of mandate in lottery process in RTE

Notice to two officers of Education Department, case of violation of mandate in lottery process in RTE

Employment News- Under the Right to Free and Compulsory Education Act (RTE) for children, the Uttarakhand Child Protection Commission has issued notices to two officials of the Education Department in the matter of violation of the mandate in the lottery process. In this regard, an inquiry has been asked to submit a report by July 20.


In a notice issued by the Commission to the Director General School Education and Chief Education Officer, Dehradun, it has been said that under the Act, 25 percent children of deprived and weaker sections are provided free education by the government till class eight. Under this, applications are sought every year by the Department of Education.

After the process of application, a lottery process is followed for the admission of the students, but the parents of the students are not being involved in this lottery process. Which is a violation of the mandate of the government issued under the Act. Under this, the parents of the children should also be compulsorily involved in the lottery process, but this mandate is not being followed by the Education Department. In this case, a complaint was lodged by Mohammad Ashiq with the Uttarakhand Child Protection Commission on 7 May.

Children's Commission: Notice to two officers of Education Department, case of violation of mandate in lottery process in RTE

Under the Right to Free and Compulsory Education Act (RTE) for children, the Uttarakhand Child Protection Commission has issued notices to two officials of the Education Department in the matter of violation of the mandate in the lottery process. In this regard, an inquiry has been asked to submit a report by July 20.


In a notice issued by the Commission to the Director General School Education and Chief Education Officer, Dehradun, it has been said that under the Act, 25 percent children of deprived and weaker sections are provided free education by the government till class eight. Under this, applications are sought every year by the Department of Education.

After the process of application, a lottery process is followed for the admission of the students, but the parents of the students are not being involved in this lottery process. Which is a violation of the mandate of the government issued under the Act. Under this, the parents of the children should also be compulsorily involved in the lottery process, but this mandate is not being followed by the Education Department. In this case, a complaint was lodged by Mohammad Ashiq with the Uttarakhand Child Protection Commission on 7 May.

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