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Using ICT for education [Working Paper]
This report acts as a guide for designing effective eLearning programs to transform the education system of a country. It highlights successful world wide examples of integrating ICT in education.
By critically examining the provisions of India's Right to Education Act, this paper argues for building an inclusive education environment in the country by focusing on the education of girls and persons with disabilities.
The paper explores the scope of a decentralised system of education based on its critical assessment of the role of Village Education Committees in the management of universal elementary education in the district of Hooghly, West Bengal.
Based on a survey of around 650,000 primary school students across rural India, this annual education report points towards the trend of increasing dependence on private schools and tutors for education in the country.
This report aims to provide a comprehensive view of use of ICTs in Education in the South Asia region, with a special focus on India. It also analyses the common insights and constraints faced in implementing ITC in education.
Government of Tamil Nadu recently notified the rules for the Right of Children to Free and Compulsory Education Act, 2009 to facilitate implementation of the Act. Now, every child can claim their right to education in the state.
The HRD Ministry has launched the National Vocational Education Qualification Framework programme, to be integrated with the mainstream education, in order to facilitate vocational training among polytechnic and engineering students.
The budget 2011 proposes an allocation of Rs 52,057 crore for education while the allocation for Right to Education is hiked by 40 per cent. A scholarship scheme is also introduced for needy students.
This paper outlines the main features of Right To Education, 2009 legislation and explores the potential for private, unaided schools to assure high quality 'education for all'. It also provides suggestions for forms of regulation for priva
This publication provides data on key indicators of elementary education in all the states and UTs of India for 2009-10. Along with presenting an Educational Development Index, it has brought into focus many new dimensions of elementary education.

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