The Right to Education Act faces scores of Challenges

The beautiful dream of making India a completely literate nation was conceptualized through the Right to Education Act by the Indian Parliament. This dream can only come true if all the laws and specifications enshrined in this Act are stringently followed and practiced. The government designs beautiful schemes to educate girl child but the outcome of these schemes are still not up to the mark. Let us have a quick glance at the challenges faced by the Right to Education Act.

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- The “public” or the neighborhood government schools in the country are not qualitative in imparting qualitative education to the children.
- Due to the low economic standards of the families, most of the children prefer working to that of schools. - There are lot of gaps in the enactment that does not specify any provision for the pre-primary and the high school years. There is an ardent need for guiding and supporting the students who miss their pre-primary and the high school years. - Once can still find the prevalence of large size of the classrooms. Likewise, incidents of corporal punishments are still found in many parts of the country. - The Governments are funding these programs with nominal amounts and so there is a dearth*dearth*
➤ (n) an acute insufficiency
➤ (n) an insufficient quantity or number
of funds in executing the provisions laid down by the enactment. If sponsors thriving for the betterment of the nation donate generously, this challenge can be overcomed. There is no co-ordination among the various agencies of the government and this is the biggest loop hole in the enactment.

Every enactment in India suffers from several loop holes. If these enactments are amended from time to time by adhering to all the feedbacks; this can contribute to a better action plan that can bridge all the gaps and help in thriving for a better future of the education system in the country.