Legal Protection of Right to Education in India

  • Mayank Banga
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  • Mayank Banga

    Student at Law College Dehradun, Uttaranchal University, India

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Education as a tool is the most powerful means of human development. Education liberates people and leads to freedom from ignorance. Education is now regarded as a human right and a tool for social change. The 1948 Universal Declaration of Human Rights in the manner of Article 26 (1) states that everyone has the right to education. Education shall be free, at least in the elementary and fundamental stages. Therefore, the UN recommendations have confirmed the provision of compulsory child rights (RTE) 2009, which came into effect on 1 April 2010. In fact, this action places the government's burden on education. In this paper the authors seek to highlight the constitution and the law of the right to free and compulsory education under Article 21-A. This paper aims to examine the state of the Indian system in terms of compulsory education and to identify errors in the existing RTE Act. India is a country famous for its various products such as Art, Architecture, culture, traditions etc. India, however, is also famous for its constitution, which is regarded as the mother text of India and the law of the land and the constitution of India. as the most important aspect considered as part III of the Indian constitution, as the right to equality, the right to liberty. The right to fight oppression, the right to freedom of religion, the right to culture and the right to education and the right to constitutional and fundamental rights, Article 21 which gives the right to life and personal freedom guarantees all citizens and aliens the full enjoyment of these rights. , so that the country can move forward towards the goal of social order as considered by the founding fathers while implementing the Indian constitution in its introduction where this right also provides for various rights such as the right to life, human dignity, the right to protection, the right to liberty, the right to privacy. , labor rights, the right to fight poverty, etc., and the main purpose of this study is to deprive you of the basic right enshrined in Article 21 which is the right to education.


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International Journal of Law Management and Humanities, Volume 4, Issue 4, Page 1988 - 2000


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