Right To Education Act Amendment Bill Cleared In Rajasthan Assembly:The Rajasthan Assembly cleared bill for amendment in Right to education act 2009.
he Rajasthan Assembly in order to improve the standards of education by amending the provision of not failing students till Class VIII has passed a new provision of evaluating them on the basis of their performance has cleared the amendment in Right to Education Act 2009.
With this Rajasthan has became the first state to amend the right to education act which in turn will improve the standards in education system.
After passing the bill Minister of State for Primary and Secondary Education Vasudev Devnani explaining about the new provisions said the new amendment will improve the educational foundation of the student in which the students till class eight will be evaluated based upon their performance during the academic year.
The bill was passed amid of strong uproar in the assembly. besides this another bills like two private universities bills and the Rajasthan secondary education (amendment) bill, 2015, were also passed by the assembly.
As soon as the assembly session started the speaker asked Golma Devi to raise her question.
Meanwhile the opposition party raised the issue of Lalit Modi and sought the resignation of Chief Minister Vasundhara Raje and created disturbance in the assembly with their protest.
The Opposition’s demands were objected by the Parliamentary Affairs Minister Rajendra Rathore saying that they should raise their issues as per the rules of the business of the house.
The Congress MLAs and independent MLA Hanuman Beniwal entered the well demanding Raje’s resignation and former CM Ashok Gehlot, Pradhyumn Singh and Dudi stood up at their seats in protest.
Speaker Kailash Meghwal had adjourned the session within 10 minutes into the Question Hour. The protest continued when the House reassembled at 1 pm and the speaker again adjourned it till 2pm.