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Forum For Fairness In Education
If your child go to school. Please read given below article :

Capitation Fees : Refuse paying capitation fees such as activity fee, security deposit, building fund / Building maintenance, donation, book money, worksheet money, exam fee, audio visual fee, sports fee, hobby fees, annual day charges, compulsary field trip & picnic, school essentials, gratuity counseling fee, gymkhana fee, infrastructure cost, miscellaneous fee, admission fee (where ever not applicable, or any amount other than tuision fees and term fees, (2 terms only) which is not prescribed or approved by the Government.

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Courtesy - Deccan Chronicle
 

Education in India

The education scenario in India is fast changing. With an increase in globalization, literacy in the country is on the rise. NGOs like Atma work to address the issue of quality education for underprivileged children and young adults through a unique consultancy model.

The emphasis today is that schools should teach more of skill development courses. This will help the children to equip themselves for the future in securing a good job. It will also enable them to have a trade in hand and earn a good income.

Despite the fact that India is a fast developing economy, difficulties have led the Government to conclude that far more needs to be done to engender more employment opportunities. To do this they must have education and training that equips them for the labour market. One of the sources of the skilled work force is the vocational education and training system.

Skills and knowledge are the driving forces of economic growth and social development for any country. Countries with higher and better levels of skills adjust more effectively to the challenges and opportunities of work and globalisation.


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Jaane Apna Rajasthan' Program for NRR Youths
Rajasthan Foundation is launching its ambitious program 'Jaane Apna Rajasthan' on 15th August, 2012 dedicated to Non-Resident Rajasthani Youths at Jaipur, Rajasthan.
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Sixth All India Educational Survey
(source: National Council of Educational Research and Training, New Delhi)
Educational System in India
(source: National Council of Educational Research and Training, New Delhi)
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