The admission process under the Right to Education Act (RTE) will begin on April 15, at approximately 95 thousand seats in the private schools of the state. SB Joshi, Additional State Project Director, Education Council has directed the Chief Education Officers (CEO) of all the districts to start the admission process.
Due to the implementation of the Code of Conduct of the Lok Sabha elections this year, RTE has not been able to get admission time. A few days ago, the permission was given to the secretary's committee, which was chaired by the Chief Secretary, after which the department had sought the permission from the Election Commission to start the admission process.
After getting the green signal from the level of the commission, the order to start the process was started on Friday. In which SB Joshi has asked all the CEOs to start the process of instant entry. Under which the process will start from Monday on Monday.
Under the RTE, students of poor and marginalized sections are admitted to the first class of the private private school. Parents will have to apply online and online for this, after which children will be enrolled in the vacant seats in schools. The admission process will be available offline in Dehradun, Haridwar and Chamoli and online in all other districts.
Keeping in view the complaints of irregularities in admission under RTE, this time, the Education Department has also instructed to make compulsory checks of all the certificates before admission. He said that under the Act, the child's admission will be done in the same school of the ward where he will be resident.