A Study on Quality of Acceptance of Children admitted in Private Unaided Schools in Bangalore under section 12(1)(c) of the RTE Act

Published By: Centre for Budget and Policy Studies, Bangalore on | Published Date: August , 2013

The study was conducted in the Bangalore Urban district comprising of nine educational blocks. Forty-five schools were selected across nine educational blocks to conduct the primary research for the study. The study was guided by the assumption that a key indicator of the quality of acceptance for purposes of 12(1)(c) of the RTE Act, would be the intended beneficiaries being able to access their entitlement under the clause. 75 per cent of the parents (who have admitted their children under RTE) interviewed indicated that the annual household income was less than one lakh. This was also reflected in the lack of ownership of any asset by the majority of the parents.

Author(s): Jyotsna Jha, Sandhya Chandrasekharan, Puja Minni, Neha Ghatak, Manasa Gade, Thyagrajan R | Posted on: Jul 12, 2016 | Views() | Download (211)


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