National Seminar on Right to Education: Prospects and Challenges, Bareilly

Via Chintan

There is a huge reason to look forward and celebrate the implementation of the Right to Free and Compulsory Education (RTE) Act in mid of this year. The RTE was billed to be a giant leap towards universalization of education in India. But we could see a large number of issues to surface and many challenges to impede the implementation. Considering the prospects and challenges of RTE, we are organizing a two day seminar at national level during 20-21 March, 2010. We note that you are enthusiastic to debate on such issue and we understand that your participation of shall be a positive gesture to this issue and for us also.
We shall be highly pleased to receive innovative papers with original thinking with reference to Right to Education on various themes such as sustainability with quality; special needs & disadvantaged groups; financial
implications; teachers’ accountability; technology and government versus private participation. The dead line for sending the filled registration form and abstract is *8th March 2010*.

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