Back to School in India is an educational institution for children too young for elementary school. It is a common place where the children can meet, play and spend time together under the supervision of a teacher or two. Pre-schools in India are not for formal education, but a place where children feel their first taste of independence. Preschool has become a central concept for both the child and the parents. According to a study, the number of pre-schools in India is growing at an annual rate of 40%. That’s really shows how important are preschoolers proving within the education system in India.
In India, pre-school is divided into three stages. These three steps are the playgroup, Lower Kindergarten (LKG) and Senior Kindergarten. Nursery School Education helps children learn while they play. Here they learn to play with the materials. Here they learn to life with other children and teachers cope. Nursery School Education is the foundation for the education of the child. When parents realize their child learn in school, but also as parents come by observing their child. Here to learn many things about human relationships. In a pre-school children are taught to get the approval in larger schools. Upon arrival at a kindergarten, the child develops a routine for him. Pre-school education, a child’s education, so that he has no problems adjusting to a bigger school. In a pre-school, children learn to be confident and independent. After the Government of India passed the Right to Education (RTE) education is free and compulsory for children between the ages of 6-14 years according to Article 21a of the Constitution of India.
But, as they say, “there is no end to our desires”, so now the parents to raise their voices for the preschool or kindergarten free education for children. Most parents and scientists think that if the government can do to free pre-school education for children, resulting in an increase in the number of schools goers. The thinks parts of the people who lead are below the poverty line, it would be better, to send the boy to work and then send school. But if pre-school education is also free, then parents would be more interested. Their children to schools Moreover, it is expensive to pay for child care in places like Naiad and Gorgon. Parents have great difficulty in meeting the costs of schools in Naiad or Gorgon or Dark. So if the government also gratuitous and compulsory pre-school education would be a great relief for parents who are below the poverty line, or part of a civil society to be.
When a parent first makes the decision to home-school their child, who seems very tempting to rely on other professionals to help educate their children. Current teachers, former teachers and the like are more than willing to educate parents and the school, however. At a high price this price is paid not necessarily financially. In contrast, the same thing happens that home schooling parents do not want to happen: Parents take control of the public schools to educate their children, brought up only the hand on the right back to a teacher who has a public school curriculum to teach.