Delhi HC issues a notice to the Delhi Government Center on provisions to challenge PIL in the RTE Act
New Delhi: On Tuesday, the Delhi High Court notified the Center and the Delhi Government of a Public Interest Proceedings (PIL) that challenged the provisions of the Right to Education Act (RTE) 2009, and gave religious guidance to Madrasas, Veda Passchalas, and educational institutions. I asked for instructions to do. Law ambition.
Judge DN Patel and Judge Jyoti Singh’s bench sought answers from all respondents, including the central government and the NCT government in Delhi, and listed the issues on March 30, 2022.
The denial of charges deprives Madrasa, Veda Passchalas, and educational institutions of religious guidance of educational excellence in Sections 1 (4) and 1 (5), and is arbitrary in the relevant section of the 2009 Right to Education Act. Articles 14, 15, 16, 21, and 21A of the Constitution stating that they are seeking directions to declare them irrational and offensive.
The petition was moved by Ashwini Upadhyay of the Delhi High Court after the Supreme Court refused to hear the matter and advised the petitioner to approach the High Court.
The Supreme Court said: The petitioner has withdrawn the petition for this warrant and has been requested and permitted to approach the High Court. Make it clear that you have not expressed your opinion on the merits of the case. “
The petitioner has submitted that compulsory education, which requires all children to attend school but cannot provide an effective common curriculum, is worse than not providing education at all.
“The compulsory education system is characterized by a syllabus and curriculum, which must be applied evenly and evenly to ensure that each child is placed in an equal playground and has the ability to tackle real-life challenges. We must be empowered to equally take advantage of the opportunities life offers in the world and in myriad situations, “said the petition.
The plea should also be extended to equal quality education without discriminating socio-economic, religious and cultural backgrounds, and thus children’s rights should not be limited to free and compulsory education, and therefore a common syllabus. He added that the curriculum is essential for all children.
The petitioner submitted that common compulsory education up to 2014 would achieve common cultural norms, closing disparities in relationships and depleting discriminatory values. It will also enhance virtues, improve quality of life, enhance thinking and advance the constitutional philosophy of an equal society.
“By introducing a common syllabus and a common curriculum, all children are placed in equal competition for future challenges, with the big golden goal set forth in the preamble, especially the unification of the dignity of fraternity. It will be able to make a meaningful contribution to the achievement of national unity. Democracy depends on education, so we must maintain the search for new knowledge and the spread of learning. The golden goal of the preamble is It cannot be achieved without disabling S.1 (4) and 1 (5) and providing a common education for all children. Our children are not only future citizens, but also of India. He is also the flag-bearer of the future, and primary education implies the whole process of academic guidance that a child has received, “read the petition.
https://www.siasat.com/delhi-hc-issues-notice-to-centre-delhi-govt-on-a-pil-challenging-provision-of-rte-act-2280048/ Delhi HC issues a notice to the Delhi Government Center on provisions to challenge PIL in the RTE Act