School Education and Support Department, Government of Maharashtra is going to commence the RTE (Right to Education) Maharashtra Admission 2022-23 from tomorrow, February 16, 2022. The registration form shall be available on the official website, student.maharashtra.gov.in. Earlier, the application form filling was going to commence from February 01, 2022, but the same was postponed citing some unexplained reasons. With this scheme, at least 25% of the seats in the private schools are reserved for children who belong to the backward class.
Candidates applying for the aforesaid should be permanent residents of Maharashtra and must be BPL ration cardholders. Reportedly, admission for all the classes shall commence from June or July 2022. Based on the last year’s info we have updated the steps to apply online below, to give our readers an idea of it. It is advised that when the application form is out, candidates do follow the instructions to apply, as suggested by the conducting body:
Step 1: Visit the official website of RTE Maharashtra, student.maharashtra.gov.in
Step 2: On the homepage, click on the online application form and proceed to fill out the registration form
Step 3: Next, enter details such as personal details, parent’s name, date of birth, address, mobile number, email id etc and generate an application form and password
Step 4: Log in with the application form and password and fill in the remaining details along with uploading documents
Step 5: Finally, pay the prescribed fee relevant to the candidate’s category and submit the application form
Those candidates who belong to weaker sections of the society can avail this facility to get free education till 8th grade. This scheme was launched by the government to ensure that education is made affordable for all and no child is deprived of it. The sole purpose of this scheme is to provide financial assistance and social inclusion to candidates who belong to EWS or the weaker section of society. Financial constraints shouldn’t be the reason for someone to remain uneducated.