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Need to Care universal primary Education of Kids
4/15/2019 12:02:40 AM
Rakesh Aathur

As per Directive principle 45 of the constitution of India there is provision of free and primary education to the kids below the age criteria of (5 to 14) years of their age in the government schools and educational institutes throughout the country. Though it is a non- justice right and only some suitable suggestions can be presumed within the context of non- deployment of children at any business centers including hazardous and non- hazardous. It is so probably amended in order to garner the suitable Primary education of the every child. But here the private schools and other educational institutes, tuition centers, etc are running freely at its own will and code of conduct in lieu of its fee- structure, levy, annual charges, etc. Still there is not any particular curtailment have been issued -up to seek the welfare of the locals/ poor kids of 5 to 14 years of age quota in such institutes yet.
One may realize the disequilibrium or disparity in the present system of education having number of inefficiencies which are rendering the educational system weak and frail throughout the nation. The government schools below middle standard are quite weak in response towards the students. Due to which the strength in the very particular schools and institutes are reducing day by day on a major scale, which is not returning in its original pace, causing direct effect upon the poor peoples' educational standard/aspects.
The inadvertent charges, dues, fee, structure and extraordinary levies settled by the private schools /institutes and tuition centers are just like burdensome to every common man and poor parent. Resultantly the people from lower strata may not afford the education to their kids in such schools, academic institutes, etc whether it may be academic or professional institutes. A major scale disequilibrium is evident herewith everyone but as far as human approach or Indian constitution, there every one born free and have right to attain his/her goodwill from (Art 5 to 36, 45 &46 ) included right to compulsory education, right to life, right to religion, etc,
But here an iconic saint has clearly acclaimed is so suitable on present pattern of education is Rossou, "Man is born free but everywhere in the chains."Meant to say that poor people have lost-up their basic right in the prescribed clans with the birth incident, as they cannot attend these very particular schools having lucrative standard and uniform code including fee, dress, etc which is the clear cause of lower participation and selection of governmental peak job tests, interviews included administrative, provincial and other sub-ordinates and white collared professions.
This excessive gap has been enlarging among rural youths as their shyness to stand and score for ultimate goals. It is the major cause of lagging behind of the poor students to the rich and urban guys in the state and nation. But if we peep into the compulsory education among the government schools, institutes, tuition centers, so that pupils may not remain back from their basic rights.
The parents who remains destitute to enter their kids into well defined private Schools/ institutes due to its expensive standard i.e. fee, annual charges including lab and others. It is the only and major stage which started the stage of disequilibrium among bourgeois and proletariat sections of the society on the one hand and rendered the compulsory and free education from (5 to 14) years of age of pupils as ethos less.
The secant ruling in order to improve this posterity gap within the article 45 indicating 5 to 14 years of age of pupils should have vehemence everywhere among government and private schools in order to reduce the gap of educational standard. It is strong need of the hour to care and reshuffle among the state and nation. So many of the parents of samba district (J&K) included Upinder Singh, Rajesh kumar, Ravi kumar Shiv kumar Sharma, Gurdass kumar, Bachan lal Mohani Dervi, Surtista devi, Seema Devi, Kamlesh kumari, Rama Devi, Aman Singh, Parshotam lal, Kanta Devi, etc are in greater fury for the admission purposes of their kids who are facing obstacle to attain admission in the well defined educational institutes doe to their poverty condition.
Present season is running session of admissions in the Jammu and Kashmir and other states of the India. As we knew that the annual session of admission among private and government schools should started with the dawn of march- April every year and hoard of the parents including pupils should let multiplying at the doors of the almost schools and academic institutes on a large- scale . And poor parents may have started to hatch their dreams only in their solitary eyes despite it may come true is not fortune of everyone. So we can say that on Indian soil there is poverty emerged as high degree of discrimination which haunted many innocents to cut their coats according to their clothes whereas it may pertains to the issue of primary and compulsory education or others.
The burden of high fee- structure and other dues, annual levies are haunting the poor parents on a larger scale in the state to which need to sanctify within the timeframe limit so that poor kids may optimize their schooling in their felicitous educational institutes with the minimum fee and other dues as per compulsory educational system (5 to 14) years of age. In other words we can say that there must be a similar code of conduct pertaining to admission and study pattern as per primary and compulsory educational system.
By doing so the first and far most degree of discrimination among the educational set-up can be reduced to a larger extent and every parent belonging to poor strata can be pacified to a high level within the reduction of discrimination at the very initial stage of education for everyone.
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