02-26-2015, 06:50 PM
Registration schools to share the right to education (RTE) has been hit by technical glitches in Nagpur, as only 5 per cent of schools have been able to sign up now. Ministry of Education plans to carry out online admission fee free of RTE Act 20 per cent. But technical errors slowed the registration process that began on 16 February and technical issues in implementing an ad added discomfort for the Department of Education.
According to sources, only 24 schools in Nagpur registered in the Department of Education on Wednesday. There have been several technical issues, as many schools could not access while some complained that they did not match their passwords. On the other hand there were also complaints about the website. The entire registration process will fail if it fails to record all 400 schools. According to registration data, only 6 schools properly recorded in daily basis. The slow process of learning it will be interesting to see how the registration process will be completed within the given 22 February.
Registration online schools is the first phase of admission under 25 per cent quota under RTE free. Schools are required to fill data such as address, pin code, intake capacity and other such details. According to the rules, only those students who reside within 3 km of the school will target admission. The distance from the schools of residence of the applicant will be calculated by Google Maps. However, students and parents do not bother as the software admission RTE make calculations automatically. Parent applicant simply enter your pin code and the software will show schools in the vicinity where you can submit applications for admission.