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Vol. 2, Issue 1, Part M (2016)

Right to education and social disparities among girl’s child

Right to education and social disparities among girl’s child

Author(s)
Dr. Madhu Kumari
Abstract
Education is a powerful instrument for overcoming inequalities, accelerating social transformation and achieving economic progress and development. Right to Education Act 2009 ensure equitable educational opportunities and facilities and provides free and compulsory education to overcome the educational deprivation of the age old excluded and marginalized sections of Indian society – Schedule Castes, backward classes, minorities and women. Despite many constitutional safeguards, enabling policies, massive investment and preferential treatment given by government, these groups are still remaining stark. Even more than seventy years of independence, the question of how we educate these marginalized girl’s children still remains highly sensitive? The main purpose of this paper is to critically evaluate the present status of girl’s education specially for marginalized sections of society.
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International Journal of Applied Research
How to cite this article:
Dr. Madhu Kumari. Right to education and social disparities among girl’s child. Int J Appl Res 2016;2(1):980-986.
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