Right to education act has many loopholes – exemption given to minority institutions is a major one. Many schools save themselves under the protection of minority status even in the absence of certificates.
3000 tonnes of unsold compost is lying at KCDC as there are no buyers this year. The plan now is to shift city’s waste to outskirts via goods trains. More such interesting points, in the interview of Karnataka Compost Development Company Chairman Kenchegowda.
The demand for quality education at low cost remains unmet in Bengaluru, while those who manage to get RTE seats for children face situations that are against the spirit of the Act. First part of the series on Right to Education act and ground realities in Bengaluru.