Monday, April 23, 2012

SO-much adulterate talk

Out there, so much talks about educating children of this nation always leaving, yes I say leaving the voices of parents. After the recent Apex Court's ruling, the self interested parties have taken almost granted for saying whatever they wanted to say for the sake of argument as well as for the pitching in their views.

With regard to Dr Parth's article in today's Indian Express where he suggest that the agency like National Commission for the Protection of Child Rights (NCPCR) and its state branches should monitor the implementation of right to education act. In my view this is absolutely wrong. In fact, it is not very clear, at least, to me in respect of, what kind of institutional capacity, the NCPCR has, or for that matter its state branches? Even professor like Krishna Kumar (former director of NCERT) point out that it is waste of time to ask NCPCR to monitor the implementation of RTE Act.

Related articles you should read as below:

RTE: A halk baked idea by Prof Indiresan

Classroom struggle by Prof Mehta

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