Parents with a wish to get admissions for their ward under the Right To Education Act try to play tricks with the department. In one such incident, a parent showed a vacant plot as residence to show that the distance from the school is one kilometre. The matter came into light by the education department following which a team went to the vacant plot of the parents and inquired.
The RTE Action Committee had lodged a complaint with the education department regarding irregularities in RTE. Based on that, RTE Verification Committee Chairman and deputy education Officer Madan Borkar and education department’s Jyotsna Harde formed a team to. investigate the irregulari ties. The team went to the spot and reviewed the complaint.
The team noticed the irregularities. The team has sent a report to the authorities in this regard. The team also reached the home of the concerned parents.
Facts found by committee A tin shed was found in the parents’ house in Plot No. 553, Sector No. 35. The elec tricity bill was attached with the documents. Documents of Plot No. 247 and Sector No. 34 were found to be incorrect. The team did not find the address given while applying.