RTE Admission Registration Commences Today: Apply Online Now

Fulfilling the educational aspirations of every child, the registration process for admissions under the Right to Education Act (RTE) is set to commence from today, marking a crucial opportunity for parents to secure their child’s future. Sharad Gosavi, the state director of primary education, has officially announced the initiation of the admission process, opening avenues for accessing 25 percent reserved seats.

Key Details:

  • Registration Period: Parents are encouraged to seize the opportunity by applying online for their child’s admission starting from April 16 to April 30.
  • Online Application Portal: The application process is streamlined through the dedicated website: https://student.maharashtra.gov.in/adm_portal. Through this user-friendly platform, parents can navigate the registration process with ease and convenience, ensuring a hassle-free experience.

Empowering Parents:

The RTE Act stands as a beacon of hope, ensuring equitable access to quality education for every child across Maharashtra. By reserving 25 percent of seats in private schools for children from economically weaker sections, the RTE Act paves the way for inclusivity and social justice in education.

Sharad Gosavi’s Announcement:

In his official statement, Sharad Gosavi, the state director of primary education, emphasized the significance of this initiative in empowering parents and ensuring the fulfillment of every child’s educational aspirations. The commencement of the admission process underscores the government’s unwavering commitment to providing equal opportunities in education, regardless of socio-economic background.

How to Apply:

Parents are urged to take advantage of the online application process by visiting the designated website. Through a few simple steps, they can submit their child’s application within the stipulated timeframe, thereby securing their eligibility for RTE admissions.

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