"The whole purpose of education is to turn mirrors into windows" - said Sydney J. Harris. In our country, there are lakhs of yound minds yearning to transform their mirrors of imagination into windows of reality.
Unfortunately there exists an inability in our country for many to attain even basic education in the form of poverty.
Right to Education is an effort by the Government to free people of this inability and enable them to attain basic education so that they can get sufficient knowledge to serve the society. I would like to analyze the merits and demerits of this RTE act and suggest some measures to improve its facilities.
"He who opens a school door closes a prison" - said Victor D. Hugo. The importance of this act need to be seen from this view as well.
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Everyone has a right to know. Everyone has a right to education of their choice. Today, in rural villages, women are not given the right to education and are only allowed to tend to the pots and pans. According to them, a woman's job is to keep the house clean, wash the clothes, shine the pots and pans and do homely duties. They do not get any education. 
What about others? Some are even married before they even cross age of 14 or have completed their education. Everyone has the right to be educated. It is a law of freedom.
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