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PM Makes An Effort To Increase The Awareness Of RT

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Awareness on RTE to Be Increased
In order to increase the awareness on Right To Education (RTE), on the Education Day November 11th, 2011 it is said that Prime Minister Manmohan Singh will send a highly personalized message to principals of 13 Lakh fundamental schools. This letter will be translated in all 14 languages to cover almost all the geographical regions. Based on the RTE awareness campaign, the letter is expected to be read aloud in the morning assembly on Education Day to mark the launch of solitary operation of UPA to bring awareness of RTE in all remote village of India .

The letter consists of message to all the children who are still unaware even after have been given a guarantee for RTE by the Law . “Shiksha Ka Haq” (Right To Education) conflict is expecting to involve more than 2 Lakh volunteers and numerous community based organizations who are expected to run door-to-door movement till November 11th to enable students for RTE complaint by March 31st, 2013.

This campaign is to be launched on November 11 from a place named Mewat, one of the most educationally backward district of India which is also launched simultaneously in schools all over India. This act is expected to increase the importance of RTE and encourage teachers, parents and children to realize it. As a part of this campaign Kapil Sibal the Union Minister for Human Resource Development expressed his confidence that he would get support from the State Government to bring out this effort to work together so that RTE does not tremble.

This act is mainly to carry the message for all citizens that everyone has the right to education. Will this effort bring brightness to the educationally backward states? Can this turn India to a Educated Country. As a part of this country its a duty of every citizen to get part in this act to spread the importance of Education through “Right To Education” operation .

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