What are disadvantages of right to education act?
Without the right to education, people would be ignorant and would assume education as invaluable. People would not claim and pursue anything, they won't try their best to attain it because they believe they don't deserve it. Others won't be given a chance to have it because they don't have the right to. Prejudice and judgement will rule the world. Education is like a light that helps us create our worldview, without it, everything will fall apart.
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There are a few small disadvantages to getting an education. Forone thing, a formal education can result in a child losing some oftheir individual creativity. For another thin…g, some collegedegrees can be unusable in a bad economy. This results injoblessness for some graduates.
In general terms, the disadvantages of education (understood as theformal preparation of youth for productive living as individualsand as members of society) are not numerous,… but they aresignificant. Any formal education program will suffer from the factthat new truths are often discovered which will replace or revisepreviously accepted ideas or interpretations. Society, too, oftendevelops new values and customs with the maturity of newgenerations, which must cause tensions between what is taught inthe schools and what is done outside of them. It is also verydifficult for different groups within the same society to agree onwhat "their" educational system should teach and how, which willlead to either a watered-down educational content or educationalgoals and methods that will please only one part of the largersocial group.
actually there are no disadvantages for education because knowledge is power
saleya main serach kr rhi an ans tu dena
nothing is disadvantage on education because without education no one can communicate with each other.
One advantage to the Right to Education Act in India is thatprivate schools must reserve 25 percent of their seats for childrenbelonging to disadvantaged groups. A disadvantag…e is that it onlyapplies to elementary education.
The Right of Children to Free and Compulsory Education Act or Right to Education Act (RTE) , which was passed by the Indian parliament on 4 August 2009, describes the modali…ties of the provision of free and compulsory education for children between 6 and 14 in India under Article 21A of the Indian Constitution.  India became one of 135 countries to make education a fundamental right of every child when the act came into force on 1 April 2010
what are the disadvantages of right to information act 2005 inindia
According to my opinion ... Official Secrets Act 1923 is the father of RTI act 2005 , According to Official Secrets Act 1923, RTI can only provide certain amount of inform…ation to the people. Well about RTI , RTI needs a long term procedure, and the officials controlling this are the same officials working for that suspected Officer once or some maybe continuing to work, their is a series of chain, if the suspect is found guilty , the whole chain becomes guilty according to the law, RTI is good to get the information out , like to know how the system works in our high level of understanding but RTI is still not the best remedy to decide the Resignation. Filling an RTI is very easy , anyone can file it , but the complexity during RTI is again just a MIND GAME played by higher officials. Do you know why there is no RTI in Jammu and kashmir ?? And according to me RTI act doesnot promote transparency and but provides a little amount of accountability, how we can expect transparency if father of RTI , i.e, Official Secrets Act 1923 , is already present at the first place . ha ha ha... by, tanakiron
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No, it is universal. Any child who is a citizen of India, rich or poor; boy or girl; born to parents of any caste, religion or ethnicity shall have this right. If a rich paren…t decides to send his/her child to a school owned by the government/local authority, that child would also have a right to all the free entitlements. Only those children who are sent by their parents to a school that charges fees (private aided/unaided) will surrender their right, as per Section 8(a) of the Act, to free entitlements; they can not claim reimbursement from the government for their educational expenditure (except for the obligatory 25% quota for children of disadvantaged groups and weaker sections to unaided schools,
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The Basic aim of Right To Education Act is to admit 6-14 years children in a neighborhood school and ensure his/her attendance and Quality education for completion of elementa…ry schooling.
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The Right to Education, RTE, or Right of Children to Free andCompulsory Education Act of 2009 involves schools reserving 25percent of their seats at entry level for disadvanta…ged studentsand what they refer to as "weaker sections." A disadvantage of theRTE Act is that it receives poor response likely due to lack ofawareness about the act.
write to education act signifies that every person who is a citizen of its respective country whether he/she is poor,rich,young or old has a full and freely a right to educati…on .
A disadvantage of Right to Education Act are lawmakers notincluding educational needs for children past the age of 14.Individual states are left to make separate laws to exten…d thelimits for children beyond this age group with the goal to have theage extended to 16 by the year 2015. Another disadvantage is earlyeducation not being included in the Right to Educate Act. The goalis to extend the goal for early education to the children startingat age 3.
on 4 August 2009