Communitisation of Elementary Education in Nagaland: A Case Study of Tseminyu block, Kohima

Soyhunlo Sebu Ph.D


Elementary education is the foundation for the development of every citizen. It is an important stage for child education development. The government of India has made the elementary education compulsory for every child. Right to Education (RTE) Act, 2009 stated that every child in the age of group of 6-14 years will be provided eight years of elementary education further strengthen by communitisation of elementary education in Nagaland.  Prior to implementation of communitisation of elementary education in the state the government schools in rural areas were in dismal condition.

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