My Right Universal Elementary Education

My Right Universal Elementary Education



My right: Universal elementary education
a​ plight on Indian universal elementary education system

The god has created this wonderful universe. in​ this universe he/she has sent human to​ live. in​ human he/she has inserted an​ organ named brain. The brain generates ideas, these come from knowledge and finally knowledge can be gather only and only by education. Thus education is​ a​ basic fundamental need of​ human to​ live natural life.
In future, India is​ going to​ be largest population hub of​ world. Are we providing our new born brains that knowledge which they deserve? “My Right” deals with this aspect of​ future’s India. Right to​ education has become fundamental right in​ Indian statues books in​ 2018, as​ once Indian parliament had given its approval to​ 86th constitutional amendment in​ 2018 under article 21A of​ constitution. According to​ this every Indian child 6-14 year of​ age has fundamental right to​ free and compulsory education. Additional to​ this government of​ India has introduced a​ bill called “Right to​ education bill 2018”, which deal with early age child care and education for all children until they acquired the age of​ six. it​ also says that, it​ is​ the fundamental duty of​ every Indian parent to​ provide equal opportunities to​ his/her children of​ age of​ 6-14years to​ get education.
Please look into this for my sake.
Population
(6-14years) 226204139
Below poverty line
Population(6-14 years) 56573568
(25%)
Total of​ students
(primary) 149400000
Number of​ schools
(primary) 664041
Number of​ teachers
(primary) 2900000
Teacher/students ratio 40/teacher
Children not able to​ attend
the school (primary) 76804139
(33.9%)
%of girls out of​ school 39%
Expenditure on education 4.02% GDP
Source: census 2018&: UNICEF statistical year book

What are the reasons behind this all?
1. 25% of​ Indian population still live below poverty line means <one dolor/day. (appox. 26 cores people). For them food is​ theirs first priority, out of​ total 226204139 population (6-14 year age group) 56573568 are from below poverty line families. to​ keep them with studies needs extra motivated approach, which missing today in​ national education system.
2. The low adoption of​ modern education system by Muslims.
India is​ a​ multi religions nation.
a) % of​ religion based population
b) %of illiteracy among 6-14year
Above facts clearly tell the whole tale itself. 30.8% of​ my Muslim friends are remaining illiterate in​ target age for universal elementary education campaign (6-14 year). This is​ highest among all religious population in​ India. it​ is​ largely because, Muslims prefer theirs religious education over modern education.
3. Gender bias ness.
The Indian society is​ fully male dominant. The gender equation always tilts towards male section of​ society, decline sex ratio; numbers of​ women in​ different parts of​ society to​ government position is​ clear cut message of​ bias ness towards women in​ my part of​ world. This is​ also a​ hurdle in​ making my school/class fully humane. (Where every child of​ age 6-14 year can attend it​
without any consideration of​ caste, creed, religion and gender).Please go through it. After making every girl child into school/class room, then and only than we can see education for all in​ real sense.

primary school
enrollment rate Primary completion
rates Youth illiteracy Rate (% of​ people aged 15-24)
Male
91
85
20.3
Female
76
69
35.2
Source: world Bank
4. Urban based education system.
Education system of​ India is​ urban centric, Every financial capable Indian parent want to​ send theirs kids to​ these urban schooling, so big gap has been created in​ favors of​ urban because all good schools, educational institutions and universities are based in​ urban areas.
Who is​ caring for me?
The education in​ India is​ subject of​ all and none to​ responsibility. as​ per Indian constitution education fall in​ concurrent list, which mean federal and state governments has its say on this all important subject of​ human development. Following are my care takers.
1. Federal government.
2. State government.
3. International agencies (united nations)
4. Private sectors.
What are being done for my sake?
1. Sarv shiksha abhiyan(Indian universal elementary education campaign)
2. Mid day meal programme(food for education launched in​ 1995 and revised in​ 2018)
3. District Primary Education Programme (launched in​ November, 1994 to​ overhauling the primary education system in​ India)
4. Kasturba Gandhi Balika Vidyalaya (Setting up unto 750 residential schools with boarding facilities at​ elementary level for girls belonging predominantly to​ the SC, ST, OBC and minorities in​ difficult areas.)
5. Programme of​ Mobilizing Local Support to​ Primary Schools (PLUS)(launched in​ 2018 to​ get additional local resources by local support.)
6. 86th constitutional amendment in​ 2018 under article 21A of​ constitution. (every Indian child 6-14year of​ age has fundamental right to​ free and compulsory education)
7. Right to​ education bill 2018. (Early age child care and education for all children until they acquired the age of​ six.)
What I require?
as​ above stated programmes and schemes are being run by different federal and state governments agencies for me but still I am not able to​ reach school yet. So to​ get me enroll in​ school, I require following.
1. One teacher for 15 students

Students/teacher ratio Source: UNESCO
Above pictorial facts show that developed nations has always less Students/teacher ratio as​ compare to​ developing side, but some developing nations has achieved shoulder to​ shoulder with developed ones like China, Iraq etc. as​ identical to​ China, I require one teacher for 19 students of​ my class.
2. One School in​ one kilometer radius.
India has 2973190sq.km Land area. as​ one school with in​ one kilo meter radius need approximately 2000000 primary schools, where as​ only 664041 schools are for me. This clearly means 1335959 more schools I require to​ get my education near to​ my home.
3. Free education for all
As per 86th constitutional amendment has ensured me free and compulsory education (6-14year age). But in​ practical rural India and some urban, it​ is​ too implemented in​ true sprit.
4. Common education system across India.
As in​ India education is​ subject for all but responsibility of​ none, because there is​ not a​ uniform education system in​ nation. This has made me more vulnerable when I have to​ move around nation in​ my 6-14 year’s child hood. So I need a​ common education system across the nation to​ make me easy at​ every part of​ country as​ same.
5. Education in​ my mother tongue
Language is​ the first barrier which a​ child has to​ face in​ his/her school entrance in​ India. if​ it​ is​ removed than I may really not fear to​ attend my school as​ I do now. Which in​ latter becomes substantial reason of​ my drop out from schools.
Where lay my future?
My future is​ lying in​ your hands. The world fraternity has pledged in​ April 2000 at​ Dakar (Senegal), education for all unto 2015 A.D. Where as​ my Indian education planners has set 2018A.D for me to​ be in​ school/class room. Last not the least is​ my humble request to​ all who are concerned with this mission “education for all” that kindly look into above plight, so that my right for universal elementary education will be available to​ my every brethren and sisters at​ the time of​ theirs birth.
Plighted by
an​ Indian child of​ 1967
E- mail:drawat@abcnewsnetwork.com




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