Right to Education (RTE) Act

Mumbai: BMC declares 206 private primary schools illegal

Mumbai: BMC declares 206 private primary schools illegal

Most of them are English medium, functioning without adequate infrastructure and teachers

Schools with 20 students may soon become a closed chapter

Schools with 20 students may soon become a closed chapter

Maha education department likely to shut down schools with 20 or less than pupils; shift students and teachers to the nearest school

Mumbai: Parents raise concerns on relaxation of cut-off date for school admissions

Mumbai: Parents raise concerns on relaxation of cut-off date for school admissions

A government resolution (GR) states a student must now have completed three and six years of age for admission to nursery and Class I, re...Read More

Mumbai: Schools plan to stop RTE admissions due to non-payment of funds by state

Mumbai: Schools plan to stop RTE admissions due to non-payment of funds by state

Mumbai: More than 3,000 private unaided schools of the state plan to stop admissions through Right to Education (RTE) Act, 2009 due to no...Read More

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Mumbai RTE: Only 23% get seats in second round till date

Mumbai: Though 1,618 children were allotted seats in the second round of admissions under the Right to Education (RTE) Act, only 372 of t...Read More

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