Right To Education In India (1St Vol)

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Right To Education In India (1St Vol)

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Binding :   Paper Back
Language :   English
Number of Pages :   280

ABOUT THE BOOK:- The present book deals with the historical genesis and development of the Right to Education in India from 1813 to 2009. It has also explored the salient features, provisions, child rights, equity issues, evaluation policy, teachers' responsibilities, loopholes and suggestions on implementation of the Act, 2009. ABOUT THE AUTHOR:- Dr. Ajit Mondal has presently been teaching in the capacity of Assistant Professor in Education, Surendranath College for Women (affiliated to the University of Calcutta), Kolkata, West Bengal. He obtained M.A. both in English and Education with B. Ed. and Ph. D. from the University of Kalyani, West Bengal. He has already remarkably contributed articles to the Kurukshetra, Yojana, The Primary Teacher Journal (NCERT), Bangladesh Education Journal (BAFED, Bangladesh UNESCO & Action Aid), and University News (AIU). Professor (Dr.) Jayanta Mete is presently Professor, Department of Education, University of Kalyani, Kalyani,West Bengal, India. Dr. Mete obtained M. A. in Geography with M. Ed. and Ph. D. from Visva Bharati, Santiniketan. The author has already supervised 34 scholars in Ph. D. programme and published 140 research papers in leading national and international journals and presented 70 papers in national and international conferences and seminars. He authored more than 25 books and edited 20 books on different educational aspects. CONTENTS:- Vol:- 2...Foreword . 7 Preface . 9 Abbreviations . 15 9. The Right of Children to Free and Compulsory Education Act, 2009 . 19 10. Model Rules of the Right of Children to Free and Compulsory Education Act, 2009 . 39 11. Objectives and Provisions of the RTE Act, 2009 . 59 12. Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) on the RTE Act, 2009 . 73 13. Explanation of the Terms in the RTE Act . 121 14. Sectionwise Clarification of the RTE Act, 2009 . 129 15. Child Rights in the Context of the RTE Act, 2009 . 149 ? Who is a Child? ? Constitutional Provisions for Education in India ? Constitutional Provisions for Protecting Child Rights ? National Policies and Programmes for Indian Children ? Important Schemes for Wellbeing of Children ? The Right to Education Act, 2009: The Genesis ? Provisions of Child Rights under the RTE Act ? Child Rights Provisions under the Context of RTE Act, 2009 ? A Critical Appraisal ? Basic Premises of the Rights Based Approach ? What does RTE Act provide for enforcement of the rights based approach? ? Right to Education as a Right in the Global Context ? References. 16. Equity Issues in the Light of the RTE Act, 2009 . 171 ? Equity in School Education ? A Concept ? Equity Issues in the RTE Act, 2009 ? References. 17. Responsibilities of Schools and Duties and Professional Ethics for Teachers under the RTE Act . 187 ? Duties and Responsibilities of Schools ? Duties and Responsibilities of Teachers ? Code of Professional Ethics for Teachers in the Context of the RTE Act ? Mechanism to deal with Violations ? Awareness Generation. 18. Curriculum and Evaluation Policy in the Light of the RTE Act . 195 ? Defining Education Evaluation ? Types of Education Evaluation ? Phases of Education Evaluation ? Genesis of CCE - Historical Perspectives ? The RTE Act and CCE ? Continuous and Comprehensive Evaluation: An Overview ? Guiding Principles of CCE ? Differences between Conventional Assessment System and CCE ? Features of Continuous and Comprehensive Evaluation ? CCE ? Major Emphasis on Scholastic and Co-scholastic Domain ? CCE Helps in Reducing Stress of Students ? How Does Continuous and Comprehensive Evaluation Help a Classroom Teacher? ? Problems Associated with CCE ? Measures for the Smooth Execution of CCE ? Curriculum Aspects and the RTE Act ? References. 19. Philosophy of Inclusion in the Context of the RTE Act, 2009 . 223 ? RTE Act, 2009: A Brief Account ? The Salient Features of the RTE Act, 2009 ? Conceptualising Inclusive Education ? Provisions in the RTE Act, 2009 for Inclusive Education ? Philosophy of Inclusion ? the Task Ahead ? References. 20. Monitoring Issues of the RTE Act, 2009 . 237 ? National Commission for Protection of Child Rights (NCPCR) ? Functions and quasi-judicial authority of NCPCR ? Measures Taken by NCPCR with respect to Monitoring the RTE ? Grievance Redressal under RTE Act ? Responsibilities of State Government ? Processing Grievances / Complaints ? Role of SCPCR / REPA and Process of Appeal. 21. Common School System (CSS) in the Light of the RTE Act . 247 ? Understanding Common School System ? Why Common School System? ? Characteristics of the Common School System ? Kothari Commission Formulations about CSS ? Right to Education Act, 2009 ? CSS and RTE Act, 2009: A Comparative Study. 22. Disadvantaged Groups and Weaker Sections under the RTE Act . 255 ? Popularising RTE-SSA among the Children of Disadvantaged and Weaker Sections ? Profile of Teacher?s Role in Implementing RTE-SSA among Disadvantaged and Weaker Sections. 23. The RTE Act, 2009 : Anomalies and Challenges . 261 24. Recommendations on Implementation Issues . 269 Bibliography . 281 ? Journals ? Books ? Reports and Documents ? Newspapers ? Websites ? Primary Sources. Appendixes . 299 Index . 301

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