India’s overall literacy rate may have gone up to 79.4%, but there still remains been a significant gap in the ratio of illiteracy rates to the current population. These numbers not only comprise children from the rural areas of the country but also from the cities. It is not only important to send kids to school but also imperative to ensure that they are receiving proper education in the schools. Every child, every adult has the right to education irrespective of caste, class, gender or language.
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