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STD 5 ANE 8 MA VIDHUARTHI NE (FAILE) NAPASS KARI SHAKASHE| CHANGE IN RTI RULES 2012

STD 5 ANE 8 MA VIDHUARTHI NE (FAILE) NAPASS KARI SHAKASHE| CHANGE IN RTI RULES 2012

To make primary education extra, students of Class 5 and Class 8 will take annual exam, students who have failed in the exam will be disappointed.

RTE Act Rules 2012 - The notification issued by amending Rule-24 of 2012 will make the provision applicable to all primary schools of the state from the academic year 2019-20.

Monday, Gandhinagar - RTE The Government of India also made a significant amendment on January 1, 2019 to the Government of India in Article 16 of the Free and Compulsory Education Act - 2009 under the Act.  Made significant improvements in the 24th.

This important improvement has been made with the noble purpose of bringing about a resultant and quality change in primary education.  R .  T  E.  According to Article 3 of the Act, no child can be withheld from standard I to VIII, that is, it cannot be ruled out in any of the norms - I to VIII.  T  E.  The State Government also amended Article 1 of the Act.  T  E.  Rules have been modified.
This change will result in significant change.  Under this change, an annual (annual) examination will be conducted at Std. 2 and Std.  If the student fails in this exam, one more opportunity will be given to provide additional education during the two-month period after the annual examination.  Even if it fails, it will be discarded.  G.  C.  E.  R .  T 
 Will be taken by  This provision will be implemented from the academic year 1-8.  In the event that a child failing in these exams gets admission in another school, instead of admission based admission, the child will have to re-enroll in the same standard as the child who is not enrolled.  No child enrolled in primary school can be stopped in any standard for any reason other than the completion of primary education. 

 Also, a child cannot be expelled from school unless he / she completes primary education.  As a result of these important reforms, there will be significant improvement in the quality of the state's primary schools.  The reforms will be implemented by all Government and Granted and Private Primary Schools of the State.


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