Chennai: It has been reported that students can apply for free admission in private schools under the The Right to Education Free and Compulsory Education Act. The last date to apply is May 25. According to the report nearly 1.4 lakh students are applied for this free admission.
The opportunity to apply for admission under the Right to Free and Compulsory Education Act in private schools across the state ended yesterday.
According to the Federal Right to Free and Compulsory Education Act (RTE Act-RTE) 25 per cent reservation should be given to the weaker sections of the society to study in non-minority private schools. The government is paying the expenses of the students enrolled under this special reservation to the concerned schools.
Parents of children seeking admission by law should apply on the website of the Department of School Education at rte.tnschools.gov.in. If any applications are received at the respective schools, the acknowledgment slip should be issued to the parents.
Applications can be uploaded online at the school. In addition, you can apply online at the Office of Primary Education, District Education Offices, Regional Education Offices, and Regional Resource Center Offices to run Education for All.
In this situation, a total of 1,42,175 people have applied to join private schools under the RTE Act. With 1.42 lakh people applying to join the 1.10 lakh seats, students will be selected through a shake-up, according to the Directorate of Matriculation Schools.
It has also been informed that the lucky draw method examination will be held on May 30 in the presence of the parents who have applied