Historical Perception And Right To Education System To Enhance The Quality Of Education In India

  • Miss.Mamta Rani, Dr. Geeta Shrivastava


Education is a word that comes from the Sanskrit language, and its meaning is to discipline, regulate, and steer one's actions. Education is the only way for a child to establish a connection with the rest of society. Education is defined as the process of enhancing a person's innate abilities and personality characteristics. Indian freedom opened up new vistas in terms of financial turn of events, social change, and the majority rule system, all of which necessitated the recruitment of talented and highly educated individuals, and which also managed learning opportunities for those who were interested in participating in the formative cycle. This Act, commonly known as the Right to Education Act 2009, was passed by the Indian Parliament on August 4, 2009. According to Article 21 (A) of the Indian Constitution, it outlines the mechanisms of the necessity of free and compulsory education for children aged 6-14 years in India. For many years, educational difficulties have plagued India's educational institutions at both the national and state levels. The new education policy is a policy document in which the government's vision for the future is discussed. It helps to determine the current education and future orientation of the country's educational system. The researcher observed all aspects of the Assessment of the Right to Education in India, and his work includes a study of the benefits and drawbacks of the educational system in the country.