The process for RTE Karnataka 2019-20 admissions begins at the end of December every year and this year it seems to be delayed. “Every year the Karnataka government used to issue notification by this time, but as there are some amendments, it needs to be cleared by Chief Minister, who is also primary and secondary education minister. Once it is cleared by CM, we will issue the RTE 2019-20 Karnataka School List.
To ensure this, the Primary and Secondary Education Department has decided to make a list of private schools where parents can submit their applications in case there is no government or aided school in the neighbourhood. A senior official from the department said, “We will soon release a list of such private schools and those schools should keep 25 per cent seats vacant for admissions under RTE quota.
RTE Karnataka 2019-2020 Amendments
This year the education department of the state Karnataka has made some amendments in rte admission 2019-20 karnataka.
- As per the new changes only after the filling the seats at government and aided schools in the neigbourhood, the application for private unaided school would be considered.
- As the details available from the department shows that there are over 48,000 plus government schools in the state and there is at least one government school in the neighborhood as described by RTE.
- There is no question of filling RTE seats at private schools from next academic year as there are enough government schools in the neighbourhood as described by the act.
RTE 2019-20 Karnataka School List
However, to ensure this, the department has decided to make a list of private schools where parents can submit their applications if there are no government or aided school present in the neighbourhood.
An official from the department said, “We need to list the private schools first and to see which schools must admit students under RTE. The allocation will be based on reserving 25 per cent for students coming from RTE.
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