Decoding India’s Right to Education: Access, Quality and Challenges

  • Arleen Kaur Sethi
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  • Arleen Kaur Sethi

    Student at Alliance University, India

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The Right to Education (RTE) is a fundamental right enshrined in the Constitution of India, aiming to provide accessible and quality education to every child. This paper presents an analysis of the current status and significance of the Right to Education in India, exploring the effectiveness of its implementation and the challenges hindering its full realization. The study delves into the legal and policy framework surrounding the Right to Education, emphasizing the constitutional amendments and legislative acts that have shaped its trajectory. A comprehensive review of government initiatives, educational infrastructure, and budgetary allocations reveals the strides in enhancing access to education. However, the research also highlights persisting challenges, such as regional disparities, socio-economic inequalities, and insufficient resources, which impede the universalization of quality education. The significance of the Right to Education is assessed through its impact on social development, economic growth, and the empowerment of marginalized communities. Furthermore, the research sheds light on the qualitative aspects of education, evaluating the curriculum, teaching methodologies, and the overall learning environment. Insights from educational experts, teachers, and students contribute to an in-depth understanding of the ground realities and the need for continuous improvement.


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International Journal of Law Management and Humanities, Volume 7, Issue 2, Page 636 - 654


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