Day of Protest against the education policy of the UPA government sign now

We the undersigned support the observance of April 1, 2010 as a Day of Protest against the education policy of the UPA government.

We oppose the implementation, on this day, of the Constitution (Eighty-Sixth Amendment) Act 2002, which has taken away the right to education of children aged 0 6 years and failed to extend it to children aged 14 18 years,

And of the farcical
Right of Children to Free and Compulsory Education Act 2009, which reverses the goal of a public funded, national system of education of equitable quality for all. It introduces discriminatory multi-track educational streams for the disadvantaged and the privileged, and in the name of public private partnership opens the door for the commercialization of education.

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Latest Signatures

  • 24 October 201550. Cijo Moyer
    I support this petition
  • 21 August 201549. Gautam B
    Public Private Partnership in education will not ensure Quality Education for all
  • 11 July 201548. Ksrao Underwood
    No National Commission for Higher education and research. Instead more autonomy and powers to in situ Professors and Scientists.
  • 10 July 201547. Imteyaz A
    В
  • 01 July 201546. Dr Ritam
    В
  • 17 May 201545. Jharkhand Vigyanm
    Govt must withdraw this Act without fail and come out with a new one with proper orientation towards equality of opportunity of getting education by all in an equitable quality of education in CSS-NS..
  • 24 March 201544. Dr Sudarshanm
    The bill widens the inequality in the society
  • 22 February 201543. Dr Karunajhar
    I support this petition
  • 03 February 201542. Rajendra K
    I support this petition
  • 13 December 201441. Sandeep Pandeyarundhatid
    I support this petition
  • 04 December 201440. Shiuli Melton
    i think that this bill should be repealed as it will make quality eduacation a distant dream for millions of indian childern who don't have money to pay for it.let us oppose this bill strongly and stop govt's efforts to play with life and future of childe
  • 19 November 201439. Ppandurangavaraprasada R
    i condemn the act. it is anti people and serve the interests of the corporate people who are in the business of education.
  • 07 November 201438. Sashiprava B
    I support this petition
  • 15 July 201437. Sk B
    In mid 1980s, there was a programme "Operation Slate". What happened to it ? Unfortunately public memory is short
  • 11 July 201436. Islamul Haquek
    I strongly oppose this bill in its present form, there is so many gapses which should be rectified before implimenting the bill. In spite of this it is doubtfull that the bill will implimented properly.
  • 07 July 201435. Raju K
    Present act can't make universlisation of education. We want free and compulsory education for 0 to 18 years (Higher Secondary level) in the frame of Neighborhood Common School System.
  • 28 June 201434. Sarwat A
    i endorse the petition
  • 02 May 201433. Aadarsh K
    I support this petition
  • 04 February 201432. Ashok S
    I support this petition
  • 29 October 201331. Roshni N
    В
  • 04 June 201330. Sarita K
    The Govt is not following principles of Democracy because they are not elected by proper number. Such miscarriages will result in more and more miscarriages of policies esp related to Education.
  • 14 April 201329. Dr Sm
    Stop this fraud in the name of Right to Education
  • 09 April 201328. Nandini Dattaj
    Education must not be allowed to become a commodity to be franchised.It is a basic right of each and every citizen of our country.
  • 20 March 201327. Profshyam Sunderp
    End charging fee by private/public schools to end discrimination among children of our country
  • 18 November 201226. Dr Cbchoudharysamajwadijanparishadjharkhandr
    Any well intentioned Government can bring the proper bill for a true RTE in a month's time. The present Govt, the main opposition party BJP & the whole parliament are playing a big fraud on people of India.
  • 17 November 201225. Mravindar Mayer
    Act leads to purely privatisation of all Govt. Schools & for the same Act is going to be implemented. No guarantee of RIGHT to edn. is given to 0-4, 14-18 years of age groups. 25\% free seats shall be provided in private schools unconditionally.
  • 14 September 201224. K
    I support this petition

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HRD Minister, government of India

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