Implementation of Right to Education Act (RTE)

“ National level interface on the 5 years grass root implementation of Right to Education Act (RTE)”

From: Shirin Shabana Khan

shabana@pvchr.asia Sun, 27 Mar ’16 8:50a

To: Girish <girish@caritasindia.org>

To, 

Editor/Chief Bureau

Print and Electronic media

New Delhi

Greetings from PVCHR and Caritas India.

Development of any society, state or country depends upon the education policy adopted by it and the most important role is  played by Primary education. This is very appreciable that in last few years’ major steps has been taken by you for better implementation of primary education and it will continue in future. In this regard I would like to make you aware that in past few years Caritas India is working with under privileged community and schedule caste of the state on issues like Right to Education and Child Rights. In, addition to this People vigilance committee on human rights (PVCHR) is working rigorously in   Uttar Pradesh and Jharkhand on the issues of Human Rights and Child Rights from last few years. The Organization is also providing training and support to different organization in 17 states of the country on the issue of Human Rights and Child Rights.

To add innovative ideas and how to improve the quality education of the commendable work done by the Government of Bihar, Caritas India has taken efforts on collecting primary data from the field based on Right to Education of primary education. An Affirmative report is an outcome, which will be shared with the policy makers of State government with a positive attitude to support the progress work taken by the government in the direction of Right to Education.  Similarly, by implementing Right to Education Act 2009 strongly at grass root level it will also be an example for the other states.

In this regard Caritas India and peoples’ Vigilance Committee on Human Rights ​request​ you to send journalist and photographer for making the coverage of this program “National level interface on the 5 years grass root implementation of Right to Education Act (RTE)”. In the conference first time the Musahar girls in Bihar will perform the two plays 1) mera sapna 2) Bal vivah

Place: Constitution Club, Rafi Marg, New Delhi

Date: 29th March, 2016

Time: 10 am to 2 Pm

 

Looking forward for your kind participation

 

With regards

 

 

Lenin Raghuvanshi     

Executive Director

Peoples’ Vigilance Committee on Human Rights

 

Girish Peter

Zonal Manager

Caritas India                      

Shirin Shabana Khan

Program Director

People’s Vigilance Committee on Human Rights (PVCHR)

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