Link to a presentation, prepared by us, giving comprehensive information about #Core1 and RTE, tracing its genesis from the formation of the Constitution to the various case laws and analysing its effects as of today.
This article is a response to the article titled "Jamia and the Rationale Behind Special Rights for Minority Institutions" published by The Wire on the 22nd of August 2017, in which the author has attempted to justify, with several arguments, the need for special status for minority educational institutions. A response is especially important since... Continue Reading →
The RTE Act mandates 'no-detention' policy for all students up to Grade 8. This policy is also known as the 'social promotion' policy as against 'grade-retention' followed otherwise. A brief description of the two are as follows. Social Promotion: is the practice of promoting a student (usually a general education student, rather than a special education... Continue Reading →