25% Seats in Each School is comes under RTE

Candidates can apply for Admission under RTE between 08-02-2024 to 23-02-2024

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Right to Education Act, 2009

Implementing the 25% reservation for children from socially and economically weaker sections (SEW) in private unaided schools under the Right to Education Act (RTE) is a significant step towards achieving educational equity in Ranchi. Here are some of the potential benefits of this policy:

  • Increased access to quality education: Children from SEW backgrounds often face barriers to accessing quality education due to their financial or social constraints. This reservation provides them with a valuable opportunity to attend well-equipped private schools, potentially improving their academic outcomes and life chances.
  • Greater social inclusion: Bringing together children from diverse backgrounds in the same classrooms can foster understanding and tolerance, promoting social cohesion and breaking down barriers.

Vission & Mission

The Parliament of India enacted the Right To Education Act 2009 to grapple with the downward spiral of the education system and poor learning outcomes. The act aims towards providing free and compulsory elementary education to kids between the age group of 6 years to 14 years. The Indian government wants every Indian child to get a quality education, irrespective of gender, caste, creed, and family income.

Important points of RTE:

  • The act came into effect on 1 April 2010 and it clearly states education is a fundamental right of every child.
  • All private schools must keep 25% of seats reserved for children belonging to weaker sections of society.
  • Unrecognized schools cannot interview a child or the parent for admission.
  • No child pursuing elementary education shall be held back, expelled, or asked to pass a board examination.
  • The RTE act 2009 offers provisions for students who dropped out of school.
  • Schools are not allowed to charge any capitation fee at any step while giving admission to a child.
  • All government and aided schools should create a School Management Committee composed of 75 percent members as parents or guardians.



Total Seats


Reserved for SEW