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The government of Gujarat has made the online application link active for 2019 entry into admissions into 1st class. The interested applicants may apply for admission. Under the Act 2009, all private schools will be required to admit 25% children from disadvantaged groups from their neighborhoods for free education, which can be extended if the number is not filled up within the customary 1 km radius.
Every year, new children admitted at the start of the session will also include children from a disadvantaged category for admission in class 1. In this case, 25% of children will be admitted therein each year, but if the induction is done in pre-school, then the quota will be filled there. According to the Act, at least 25% shall be admitted by Private aided schools.

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Section 12(1)(c) of the Right To Education Act mandates non-minority status private schools to reserve at least 25% seats for the disadvantaged and weaker sections of the society. This article analyses the impact of the mandate on changing school choices of relatively disadvantaged households based on a sample of over 1,600 households in urban Ahmadabad. It finds that the mandate expanded choice of schools for the participating eligible households.
Section 12(1)(c) mandates that all non-minority status private unaided schools should reserve at least 25% seats for children from socially and economically disadvantaged households at the entry level. Schools are not allowed to refuse any candidate, and admission to oversubscribed schools is decided through a lottery. The schools are supposed to be reimbursed by the state government, either totaling the fees charged by the school or per child expenditure incurred by the state government in public schools, whichever is lower. The burden of school fees is not to be transferred to the beneficiary household, and once admitted, the child can study for free till grade 8.
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This article analyses impact of the 12(1)(c) mandate (henceforth, the mandate) on changing school choices of relatively disadvantaged households in urban Ahmedabad.

Implementation of 12(1)(c) in Gujarat

The application process for academic year 2015-16 required the households to visit a nearby ‘help center’ set up in a government school and fill a form with their details and school choices (up to five schools within a specified distance). The application form along with the required documents to prove identity of the parent/guardian, age of the child, place of residence, social category and income, was to be submitted at these centres. The allocation of schools was done by the education office in the district that conducted (physical) lotteries. The results of the allotment were supposed to be sent to the households through SMSs and/or through a letter sent by post. Those allotted a seat were supposed to go to the respective school, present the proof of allotment along with relevant documents and take admission 1.
Lack of information about the mandate, and about the admission process was regarded as the main reason for low number of applications in the initial years of the mandate in Ahmedabad. Hence, in February 2015, before the opening up of the application cycle for the academic year 2015-16, a team consisting of the researchers and non-governmental organisations collaborated with the local government, and ran an information campaign. The campaign disseminated information about application procedure to secure admission for children of over 2,000 relatively disadvantaged households in randomly selected areas across urban Ahmedabad. The researchers, then attempted to track these households and managed to interview over 1,600 households during September-December 2016 – roughly 15 months after they were provided information. Through these interviews, detailed information about their socioeconomic characteristics, schooling choices made in 2015, child and parents’ experience in their interactions with teachers and school authorities, and out-of-pocket expenses, was captured. Those who applied under the mandate were asked additional questions about their experience in accessing application and admission process if they were allotted a seat.

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