Is Right to Education a Fundamental Right? Justify your answer.

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Yes, Right to Education has been included as a Fundamental right under Article 21A of the Indian Constitution by The Constitution Act,2002, by Eighty-sixth Amendment . It says the State to provide free and compulsory education to all children from the age of 6 to14 years . ... read more

 

        Yes, Right to Education has been included as a Fundamental  right under Article 21A    of the Indian  Constitution by The Constitution Act,2002, by Eighty-sixth Amendment . It says the State to provide free and compulsory education to all children from the age  of 6 to14 years .                            

The fundamental rights are basic human rights of all citizens. The right to education has been recognized as human right in a number of countries. 

Right to education is a fundamental right that means---1. The right to education is legally guaranteed for all without any discrimination.

2 .states  have duty to protect, respect and fulfil the right of education.

3.There is ways to protect and safeguard  the right to education  .As the courts can protect and safeguard the other fundamental  rights, if someone’s rights are violated .

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From 1st April 2010 the 86 th constitutional amendment made in 2002 making right to education a fundamental right and the law to enable its implementation (The right to free and compulsory Education Act) came to effect. It is the responsibility on the part of state governments and local bodies to ensure... read more

From 1st April 2010 the 86 th constitutional amendment made in 2002 making right to education a fundamental right and the law to enable its implementation (The right to free and compulsory Education Act) came to effect. It is the responsibility on the part of state governments and local bodies to ensure that every child gets education in a school in the neighborhood. 86 the amendment inserted a new article 21 a makes education a fundamental right for children in the age group 6-14.

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Yes, Right to education is a fundamental right inserted in Article 21A of the Indian Constitution in 2010. It has following features: (i) The right makes elementary education compulsory for the children in the age 6-14 years. (ii) The right will benefit children who do not go to school at present. (iii)... read more

Yes, Right to education is a fundamental right inserted in Article 21A of the Indian Constitution in 2010. It has following features:

(i) The right makes elementary education compulsory for the children in the age 6-14 years.

(ii) The right will benefit children who do not go to school at present.

(iii) Children who had dropped out of schools will get elementary education.

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Yes, Right to Education is a fundamental right. Education, as an asset and as a commodity, is fundamentally essential, not just for the individual, but also for the upliftment of the nation as a whole. It is the sole weapon in our war against superstition, societal stigma, destitution of the occupants... read more

Yes, Right to Education is a fundamental right. Education, as an asset and as a commodity, is fundamentally essential, not just for the individual, but also for the upliftment of the nation as a whole. It is the sole weapon in our war against superstition, societal stigma, destitution of the occupants of the lower stratas of the society. When equipped with quality education, a man of even meagre financial means can rise up in society and affirm his place among others who already enjoy certain advantages over him. Hence, it is an essential tool for ensuring societal justice prevails in the workings of daily life. 

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Yes, Right to education is a fundamental right inserted in Article 21A of the Indian Constitution in 2010. It has following features: (i) The right makes elementary education compulsory for the children in the age 6-14 years. (ii) The right will benefit children who do not go to school at present. (iii)... read more

Yes, Right to education is a fundamental right inserted in Article 21A of the Indian Constitution in 2010. It has following features:

(i) The right makes elementary education compulsory for the children in the age 6-14 years.

(ii) The right will benefit children who do not go to school at present.

(iii) Children who had dropped out of schools will get elementary education.

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