Childhood is considered as a blank sheet of paper, as it will show whatever you write or draw on it. Children are very bubbly and they behave in the way they are taught. Most of the times, they learn from their surroundings, and they try to copy what their elders are doing. They try to imitate every little thing that catch their attention, even in psychology we learned that children are often behaved in the way they see people behave in and around their environment.
Keeping this in mind, we can say that education plays a vital role in molding the children and crafting out a better personality from them. With this view, The Government of India has passed Right to Education Act on 4th August 2009, with the aim to provide basic education to each and every child of the country.
The Right of Children to Free and Compulsory Education Act came into function after Ram Krishna Gokhale's famous impassionate plea to the Imperial Legislative Council for introducing free and compulsory primary education throughout India.