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International Journal of Home Science

2019, VOL. 5 ISSUE 2, PART H

Awareness assessment of government and non-government school teachers regarding RTE act

Author(s): Dr. Monica Dungarwal and Meenal Tripathi
Abstract:
The Role of education is an important factor for the development of a nation. RTE is the basic human right. Education should be free at least in the elementary and the fundamental stages. The right of children to free and compulsory education (RTE) Act 2009 passed by the Indian parliament in 2009 mandates free and compulsory education of all children of 6-14 years age until they complete elementary education RTE Act, 2009 needs the full hearted participation of the teachers for the successful implementation of the Act. To make teachers to participate fully, there is need of awareness of the teachers working at Primary levels. The present study is an attempt to find the awareness on Right to Education Act-2009 among government and non-government schools teachers of Udaipur district, Rajasthan. The information was gathered through a questionnaire constructed for this purpose. The questionnaire consists of 80 questions related to awareness on Right to education act. A survey was conducted among 240 respondents by using the questionnaire. The data collected were analyzed using mean, SD ’t’ test. Findings revealed that the government and non-government schools teachers of Udaipur district have not significant awareness on Right to education act. The result of the survey showed that the Right to education act awareness must still be more promoted.
Pages: 494-497  |  117 Views  11 Downloads
How to cite this article:
Dr. Monica Dungarwal, Meenal Tripathi. Awareness assessment of government and non-government school teachers regarding RTE act. Int J Home Sci 2019;5(2):494-497.
International Journal of Home Science