Every year, the RTE admissions process lasts until December. As a result, pupils are admitted after half of the session has passed. The rules of the RTE admission process have recently been amended by the Directorate of Education. This year, the entire RTE admissions procedure must be completed by September 30.
The admissions procedure has undergone six major adjustments this year. As a result, the education directorate is working hard to make the process as seamless and clear as possible. By removing the requirement of a gas book, parents are now required to have a passbook from a nationalised bank.
The probable schedule of RTE 25 percent admission process for the academic year 2022-23 was published. Parents are advised to apply online from February 1. Due to some unavoidable reasons, the opening date of RTE portal has been fixed on 16th February. This year the Directorate has made six significant changes to the submission of admission applications. The gas book proof has been canceled. It is mandatory to have an account book in a nation alised bank.
The deadline for admis sion process till January is now September 30. Only one application per students Proof of income is required within 21 lakh in any of the two years 2020 21 and 2021-22. If the child was admitted last year, it will not be possible to apply again this year.
The RTE admission registered on portal process is to be implement ed in the school. For this, registration of schools is required with the educa tion department. After reg istration, the school is con sidered eligible for RTE admission. Last year, 680 schools were eligible. So far this year, 425 schools have been registered.
The school registration process will continue till February 8. About 60 per cent enroll ment is reported by the education department. However, only 30 schools in the district are registered on the RTE portal.