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Children are not getting the benefit of compulsory education

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Employment News-The Central and State Governments are failing to strictly implement the Right to Education Act. After the approval of the Parliament of India and the President, all the children of the country got the right to free and compulsory education, but not all children are getting its benefits.

These things were said by Raghuvansh Prasad Singh, former District President of Bihar Secondary Teachers Association and District President of Congress Education Cell, while talking to reporters on Friday. He said that under the Right to Education Act, for all children in the age group of 06 to 14, it is the responsibility of both the central and the state government to implement the law 100% within three years from the date of enactment. Time has passed but till now it has not happened, it is very worrying. He said that under this system, schools should be available for the children around them for education and there should be no discrimination against the weaker and backward classes and the responsibility of providing text books and supporting books to the children on time till class VIII is on the government.

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