There shall be an assessment based on the total score obtained in the three Summative Evaluation of Continuous Comprehensive Evaluation in the fifth class and in the eighth class of every academic year. If a child fails he shall be given “Special Teaching” by the school authority within a period of two months.
Right of Children to Free and Compulsory Education
Right to Education Act (RTE), describes the modalities of the importance of free and compulsory education for children between 6 and 14 in India under Article 21a of the Indian Constitution.
A. Basic Total Literacy Rate (%) 70.16 Male Literacy Rate (%) 79.89 Female Literacy Rate (%) 59.73 B. Pre Schooling Population (3 to 4+ Years) 365853 Anganwadi (ICDS) Centres 4836 Anganwadi Workers 4758 Anganwadi Helpers 4655 Children Enrolled (3 to 6 Years) 268347 Children Enrolled (3 to 4+ Years) 125025 Children Out of ICDS centers […]
Admission of children in elementary classes including Pre-Primary Class in all Government Sponsored/ Aided Primary/ Upper Primary/ High/ Higher Secondary schools for the academic session – 2019.
All children from 6-14 years shall be admitted to their age appropriate classes in neighbour-hood schools, and elementary education including pre-primary education shall be provided to them free of cost.
Admission of children in elementary classes including Pre-Primary Class in all Govt Sponsored/ Aided Primary/ Upper Primary/ High/ Higher Secondary Schools, 2018.
Admission of children in elementary classes including Pre-Primary Class in all Govt schools including Model schools and integrated schools for the academic session, 2018.