Right To Education In India (2Nd Vol)

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Right To Education In India (2Nd Vol)

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Binding :   Hard Cover
Language :   English
Number of Pages :   308

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:- 1..?Foreword . 9 Preface . 11 Abbreviations . 17 1. Introduction to the Concept of the Key Words . 21 ? Concept of Elementary Education in Indian Context ? Universalisation of Elementary Education (UEE) ? Understanding Human Rights ? Education as a Human Right ? Why? ? Fundamental Rights and Directive Principles under Indian Constitution ? Free Education under the RTE Act ? Compulsory Education under the RTE Act ? Epitomising Free and Compulsory Education under the RTE Act ? Organisation and Structure of School Education in India ? References. 2. Educational Policies in India under the British Rule. 43 ? British Educational Policies till 1835 ? An Appraisal ? British Educational Policy in the Context of the Macaulay?s Minute ? Lord Bentinck?s Resolution of the 7th March 1835 ? Emergence of the Policy of Downward Filtration Theory ? Reasons for Adopting Filtration Theory ? Wood?s Despatch, 1854 ? The Indian Education Commission,1882 ? The Major Recommendations of the Commission ? Lord Curzon?s Educational Policy ? Government Resolution on Education Policy, 1913 ? Calcutta University Commission (191719) ? Education under Dyarchy (1921 1937) ? Central Advisory Board of Education (CABE), 1921 ? The Hartog Committee, 1929 ? Education under the Provincial Autonomy ? PostWar Plan of Educational Development (1944) ? References. 3. PostIndependence Efforts at UEE . 79 ? Education under Indian Constitution ? Child Rights Provisions under Indian Constitution Upholding UEE ? Child Rights under the RTE Act, 2009 for UEE ? Schemes and Programmes for Achieving the Goal of UEE ? Sarva Shiksha Abhiyan (SSA) ? Sarva Shiksha Abhiyan is (MHRD, 1999) ? Some Main Features of SSA ? Working Group on UEE, Ministry of Education and Social Welfare, GOI, 1978 ? References. 4. Development of Free and Compulsory Education under the British Raj . 131 ? The Charter Act of 1813 ? The First Milestone ? William Adam?s Third Report in 1838 ? The Proposal of Captain Wingate, the Revenue Survey Commissioner in Bombay, 1852 ? Recommendation by Mr. T.C. Hope in 1858 ? Indian Education Commission (Hunter Commission), 1882 ? Gopal Krishna Gokhale?s Attempts ? the Champion of the Right to Education ? On 18th March 1910, Mr. Gokhale?s Resolution in the Imperial Legislative Council ? Compulsory Education during the Period of 191727 ? Wardha Scheme of Basic Education, 1937 ? The PostWar Plan of Educational Development in India (1944) ? The Kher Committee, 1948 ? References. 5. Movement Discourse on Right to Education from Directive Principle to Fundamental Right . 161 ? Movement Discourse after Independence ? Committee on the Ways and Means of Financing Education Development in India (B. G. Kher Committee), 1948 ? Movement after the Constitutional Era ? University Education Commission (19481949) ? AllIndia Council of Elementary Education (AICEE), 1957 ? Delhi Primary Education Act, 1960 ? Report of the Kothari Commission (196466) ? The 31st CABE Meeting, at Bangalore on October 11 and 12, 1964, under the Chairmanship of Shri M. C. Chagla ? National Policy on Education (NPE), 1968 ? National Policy for Children, 1974 ? Shifting Education from State List to Concurrent List, 1976 ? Education for Our People, 1978 ? Draft National Policy on Education, 1979 ? Inclusion of Education in the Revised 20 Point Programme, 1982 ? Challenge of Education A Policy Perspective, 1985 ? National Policy on Education, 1986 ? Jomtien Declaration, 1990 ? Report of the Ramamurti Committee, 1990 ? Publication of Myron Weiner?s Study in a Book, 1991 ? Ratification of the UN Convention on Rights of the Child, 1992 ? The 73th and 74th Constitutional Amendment Acts, 1992 ? Mohini Jain versus State of Karnataka Case, 1992 ? Unnikrishnan versus State of Andhra Pradesh Case, 1993 ? Responding to the Court?s Verdict ? Report of the Saikia Committee, 1997 ? Constitution (83rd) Amendment Bill, 1997 ? 165th Report on Free and Compulsory Education for Children by Law Commission of India, 1998 ? The Report of the Tapas Majumdar Committee, 1999 ? Dakar Declaration, 2000 ? Ambani and Birla Committee Report, April 2000 ? Millennium Development Goals (MDGs), September 2000 ? The 93rd Constitution Amendment Bill, 2001 ? Sarva Siksha Abhiyan (SSA), 2001 ? Report of the National Commission to Review the Working of the Constitution, 2002 ? The Constitution (86th Amendment) Act, 2002 ? The Free and Compulsory Education for Children Bill, 2003 (Process of Drafting) ? The Free and Compulsory Education Bill, 2004 ? Right to Education Bill (CABE Bill), 2005 ? Sachar Committee Report, 2006 ? Report of the National Knowledge Commission (KNC), 2007 ? The Right of Children to Free and Compulsory Education Bill, 2008 ? 213th Report of the Department-Related Parliamentary Standing Committee on Human Resource Development on the Right of Children to Free and Compulsory Education Bill, 2008 ? Acceptance of the Bill, 2008 both in the Lok Sabha and Rajya Sabha (2009 July and August) ? Implementation of the RTE Act, 2009 (1st April, 2010) ? Amendment to the RTE Act, 2009 ? Does RTE Act, 2009 follow UN?s Child Rights Convention? ? What would be State laws after Central laws? Where do existing State Acts on Education stand in relation to the RTE Act? ? References. 6. RTE in the Light of ?Justice Delayed is Justice Denied? . 221 7. Articulation of the RTE in International Treaties as a Human Right . 227 ? World Commitment on Education as a Right and India is a Signatory ? Several Global Agencies Striving for Promotion of Right to Education ? International and Regional Instruments for Protection and Promotion of Right to Education. 8. Historical Landmarks in the History of RTE in India . 239 Bibliography . 253 ? Journals ? Books ? Reports and Documents ? Newapapers ? Websites ? Primary Sources. Index . 271,

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