RIGHT TO EDUCATION ACT, 2009
The Right of Children to Free and Compulsory Education Act was enacted on the 4th of August, 2009. This act empowered the children aged between 6-14 years to receive free education, so that lacking fund doesn’t stop any child from getting elementary education.
This act highlighted the importance of education and the role it plays in making our upcoming generation progressive. Our NGO in Dehradun, Uttarakhand recognizes the impact education has on an individual’s life. Thus, we make sure all the children that we rescue, receive proper education once they are in our hands. We ensure that their life changes for the better and we root for their success.
In India, there are still many children who cannot afford education or who don’t come from a background that supports or understands the value of education. Making education free of cost does not leave any reason to such families for not sending their kids to school. This act empowers all those kids who want to study but for some reason couldn’t take admission in schools. Especially, the girl child is benefitted the most through the enactment of the Right of Children to Free and Compulsory education.
A girl child is somewhat oppressed in our society. In urban areas, this is witnessed less but in the rural areas, it is a big problem. Many talented girls couldn’t make themselves independent just because they were stopped to receive an education. Now that we have this act to support our girls, our nation will progress like never before.
All receive an equal amount of support from the best child NGO in Dehradun, Uttarakhand. As of now, many social organizations work for this noble cause today. Still, we feel that we need more NGOs that rehabilitate children whose life has been unfair to them and provide them with all those basic facilities that any other child gets.
Education is a concurrent subject, so both state and centre work on it together and try to provide quality education to all the children in need. To receive free education, one has to just send their children to the nearest government schools. So, why resist? We encourage you all to provide your children with the best education, and if it’s out of your capacity, then sending them to a government school will be the best option.
If you find any child on the streets or in a situation that makes them vulnerable, contact the best child NGO in Dehradun, Uttarakhand so that they can be rehabilitated as soon as possible.
Samarpan Society, our NGO, has been working for a long time for the upliftment of children. You can contact us too for help anytime.