Ranchi. The Jharkhand High Court on Thursday heard a PIL filed regarding the education of five lakh disabled children. A division bench of Chief Justice Sanjay Kumar Mishra and Justice Anand Sen saw the reply of the state government during the hearing of the case. After this, the bench ordered the state government to complete the process of appointment of special instructors in government schools of the state in six months.
The division bench of Jharkhand High Court Chief Justice Sanjay Kumar Mishra and Justice Anand Sen executed the PIL while ordering the appointment. Earlier, advocate Abhay Prakash presented his side on behalf of the applicant, while it was told on behalf of the state government that the process of making rules for the appointment of special instructor is going on. Appointment will be made soon. During the last hearing, the bench had asked the government what arrangements have been made in the state for the education of differently-abled children. Whether permanent teachers (special teachers) have been appointed or not. The state government was directed to file a comprehensive report.
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It is noteworthy that the applicant Chhaya Mandal had filed a public interest litigation. It was said that there are about five lakh disabled children in the state. Under the Right to Education Act (RTE) 2009 and Right to Disability Act-2016, it is necessary to have a special teacher to teach children with disabilities in government schools, but special teachers have neither been appointed nor posted in government schools. has been created.
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