Bhubaneswar: Under the Right to Education Act, 25% of seats in every private school will be reserved for underprivileged children. However, most schools in the state have complained of non-compliance. Based on that, the Department of Schools and Mass Education is going to make big decisions in the coming days. Now that children are being selected at the school level, it will continue to be done online and will be managed by the Department of Schools and Mass Education. The decision was taken at an important meeting of the department sitting today.
On the other hand, under the Right to Education Act, the Odisha Parents Federation today called off the online enrollment, SOP and implementation of the Fee Regulatory Committee report in 25% of seats for under-enrolled classes in private schools. However, an important meeting chaired by Schools and Mass Education Minister Sameer Ranjan Das was held at 3.30 pm and it was decided to strictly abide by the 25% seat reservation system under the Right to Education Act. It was decided to call off the death hunger strike after a delegation from the federation held talks with the director of secondary education. Joint Secretary Anuradha Senapati, Odisha Employees Federation President Prabhat Mohanty, Advisers Manoj Jena, Lalit Patnaik, Ramesh Mohanty, Deenbandhu Adhikari Chief President Basudev Bhatt, Bhumohan Patnaik, Ashok Paikrai, Prasanna Biswajit, Prabhupada , Ashutosh Nanda, Shishir Sahu chief was picked up from the fruit juice PI death fast.