Indian government has taken a pioneering step in a form of providing free of cost education to every children of 6-14 years of age group. This programme is duly named as Sarva Shiksha Abhiyan (SSA), which under the 86th amendment to the Indian constitution is committed to serve the Universilization of Elementary Education (UEE) in a specific time bound. This has also declared as fundamental right to every citizen of India.
This right to education or SSA scheme has been executed with the state government partnership in a way to cover the every portion of the country along with addressing the needs of 192 million children of 1.1 million habitations.
This programme is designed in a way to open most of the new school in such a backwater area that do not hold any primary educational structures. This programme is also meant to facilitate the existing schools by giving hands to them for enhancing additional class rooms, drinking water, toilets, improvement grants and maintenance grant as well.
The SSA programme is concerned with providing appropriate number of teachers to schools facing problem of teaching staff by providing extensive training to the new joining and already existing teachers and grants to enhance materials for teaching learning materials along with the strengthening of structure related to academic support at block, cluster as well as district levels.
Right to education or SSA programme endows with life skills and quality elementary education. This programmes focus on girls education at priority basis along with the children’s requires special needs. It also offers a computer education to eliminate the digital differences from outer world.