Effect of Abrogation of Article 370 on Right to Education in Jammu and Kashmir





Article 370 Abrogation, Right to education, Jammu and Kashmir. India


India gained independence more than 70 years ago however, in terms of education in true color and spirit it recognized the right at a rather late stage, in terms of Erstwhile state of Jammu and Kashmir, the same remained elusive, for many more years. With the abrogation of article 370, a new hope has arisen in the sphere of education; this paper attempts a brief look and makes an attempt to understand the same.


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Rights of free and compulsory education in certain cases:-The State shall endeavour- (a) to secure to every permanent resident the right to free education up to the University standard; (b) to provide, within a period of ten years from the commencement of this Constitution, compulsory education for all children until they complete the age of fourteen years; and (c) to ensure to all workers and employees adequate facilities for adult education and part-time technical, professional and vocational courses; .

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How to Cite

Neha Sharma, & Dr. Anjuli Sharma. (2020). Effect of Abrogation of Article 370 on Right to Education in Jammu and Kashmir. Legal Research Development, 5(II), 04–07. https://doi.org/10.53724/lrd/v5n2.03