21 thousand students ‘RTE’ admission canceled

#21 thousand students ‘RTE’ admission canceled
Only 67 thousand 706 students were successful in the first draw of admission under the Right to Education Act (RTE). Only 46 thousand 842 students have been admitted until the end of admission. The parents of the remaining 20 thousand 864 students have withdrawn their verification due to the scrutiny committee. The second draw of RTE admission will be taken on 20 or 21 May.

Only 67 thousand 706 students were successful in the first draw of admission under the Right to Education Act (RTE). Only 46 thousand 842 students have been admitted until the end of admission. The parents of the remaining 20 thousand 864 students have withdrawn their verification due to the scrutiny committee. The second draw of RTE admission will be taken on 20 or 21 May.

On the 8th of April, the draw of 25% admission to the students of the weak and disadvantaged sections under the RTE Entrance was withdrawn. In this, 67 thousand 706 students from the state and 3 thousand 532 students from Mumbai were selected. The names of these students were announced by the Education Department on April 10. The selected children were required to be admitted until April 26. However, due to difficulties faced by the parents in the submission of the documents, some technical difficulties, and some parents had withdrawn their education, the education department had fixed the limit till May 10. Until this period, the admission of 46,482 students in the state has been decided; Of the 3 thousand 532 children selected from Mumbai, 2259 children have been admitted. 65 students have been decided for the post. 1207 students did not get admission. As such, the admission of these students has been canceled, and this place has been included in the second draw.

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