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Report No. 165

Free and compulsory Education for Children

Contents
Chapter I Introduction
Genesis of the report
Importance of the subject
Frederick Engels in Speeches in Elberfeld (1845) remarks
Present Scenario of Education as Source of Development
Chapter II Causes of Denial of Education to Children in our Country
Prevalence of child labour
Chapter III Right to Education in Indian Constitution and International Covenants
Constitutional Provisions concerning right to education
Extent of 'right to education' in Unnikrishnan's case
International Covenants relevant to the subject
Four sets of basic right
Chapter IV Attempts Made for Imparting Primary Education to Children in South Asia
Attempts Made for Imparting Primary Education to Children in South Asia
How Zimbabwe achieved universal primary enrolment in three years
Chapter V National Policies and Progress Made in Realising The Objective
National Policies and Progress Made in Realising The Objective
Data projected by World Bank in its Publication
District Primary Education Programme
Achievements on elementary education as indicated in 19981
Expenditure
Elementary Education
District Primary Education Programme
Bihar Education Project
Lok Jumbish
National Programme of Nutritional Support to Primary Education
Recommendations of the Committee of State Education Ministers on implications of the proposal to make elementary education a fundamental right
Chapter VI Implementation of The Right To Education: Recommendations of The Law Commission
The need for compulsory education for children (1)
The need for compulsory education for children (2)
Constitution (Eighty-Third Amendment) Bill, 1997 proposing insertion and amendment of certain provisions in the Constitution of India
Annexure A Free and Compulsory Education for Children Bill, 1998
1. Short title, extent and commencement
2. Definition
3. Compulsory Education
4. Responsibility of parent to cause his child to attend school
5. Reasonable excuse for non-attendance
6. Certain duties of Teachers
7. Parent-teacher Association
8. Special Schools
9. Attendance Order
10. Employment or engagement of a child preventing from attending school not permissible
11. No fee to be levied
12. Obligation of recognised schools
13. How to compute the age of a child
14. Penalty for violation of attendance order
15. Penalty for contravention of section 10 and cognizance of offence
16. Courts competent to try offences under the Act
17. Certain persons to be public servants
18. Protection of action taken in good faith
19. Delegation of powers
20. Power to make rules
Annexure B Acts Pertaining to Compulsory Primary Education/elementary Education
Acts Pertaining to Compulsory Primary Education/elementary Education


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