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Education department asks private schools to submit admission register for review

Bokaro: The state education department has begun to determine under what circumstances RTE seats remain vacant in schools. After that, how they were filled by general category children.

Private school enrollment registers are now being scrutinised by the Education Department. A letter has been sent by the district education superintendent (DSE)-cum-nodal officer of RTE cell to all recognized private schools regarding this matter.

State Project Director, Ranchi directed that the enrollment records of the schools for the academic year 2022-23 should be checked. Schools have been instructed to make the registers available to the education department within two days. The review of the register will clarify the situation regarding poor children’s enrollment in RTE. The private schools that refuse to accept poor children by making excuses will have to clarify their stand.

In the session 2021-22, seven students were admitted under RTE in Crescent Public School, six in Bokaro Public School, 20 in Sardar Patel Public, nine in Adarsh ​​Vidya Mandir Chas, 14 in ARS Public School, 22 in Chinmaya Vidyalaya, 12 in Delhi Public School, 9 in DAV Public School, Lalpaniya, 33 in Pitts Modern School, Gomia and others.

In some private schools, however, seats remain vacant. Under the Right to Education Act, 510 seats were available in 37 recognized private schools in district. But only 228 poor children enrolled in them. The district’s education superintendent said “the department is working to ensure 100 percent admission to RTE”.

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