Andhra Pradesh State Council of Educational Research and Training APSCERT invites suggestion The Right of Children to Free and Compulsory Education

Hyderabad: Director of State Council of Educational Research and Training has invited suggestions from various sections of the people on recent act, which provides right to children for free and compulsory education.
The Right of Children to Free and Compulsory Education Act, 2009 has come in to force from April 1st 2010 and Government of India has issued orders to all States to implement with immediate effect.
The people who are interested in Education, on implementation of various sections of the act can use this opportunity. The Act and Model rule were hosted on http://www.apscert.in/ website. Anybody interested to participate in this unique event can send their suggestions to apscert@yahoo.com mail ID or by post to The Director, SCERT, Opp. LB Stadium, E-Gate, Aliya Compound, Hyderabad by 14 April.

APSCERT Web Address: http://www.apscert.in/

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3 thoughts on “Andhra Pradesh State Council of Educational Research and Training APSCERT invites suggestion The Right of Children to Free and Compulsory Education

  1. Dinesh Kumar

    Sir, iam from andra pradesh, hyderbad. i have completed ssc in 2001, and i had discontinued intermediate and i have been working in automobiles field from past 6 years – i want to do course related to automobile field(like diesel & petrol mechanism)- i want suggestion if it is possible or not – if it is possible then which technical college or university i can contact. kinly give ur valuble suggestions it will be very greatfull to me.

  2. Nagraj

    Plz Introduce Computer Education as one Subject at Secondary School Level with regular Govt. Teacher.
    Because IT is Essential today

  3. lakshmi

    sir,

    i have found that in one of the III standard English Reader (EM) published in 2009, two lines of national anthem were not printed. Since it is our national anthem, we should be very careful while printing it. Please check this and kindly add the missing two lines of national anthem.

    Thanking you

    Sincerely,

    Lakshmi

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