Supreme Court Petition to Save School Students of India from Directionless Education
Since the Legislative and Executive branches of the government are not working properly, I urge the Judicial branch through the Supreme Court to intervene and save the lives and careers of millions of students in the country.
Update: July 20, 2023
To March 27, 2023
Dr. Justice D.Y. Chandrachud
Chief Justice of India
Supreme Court of India
Tilak Marg, New Delhi 110 001
Subject: Petition to Save School Students of India from Directionless Education
Dear Chief Justice of India,
I am a national award-winning journalist and founder of the humanitarian organization RMN Foundation in Delhi. I have been running multiple campaigns and publishing research reports to improve the school education standards in the country. I also established a free school for deserving children to provide them modern education which could help them get jobs in the evolving job market.
During the past couple of years, I have approached different Central and state government departments to get the archaic education systems and pedagogical methods changed so that students could be made employable. However, all my appeals to get school education systems changed and save students from irrelevant education have fallen on deaf ears.
Since the Legislative and Executive branches of the government are not working properly, I urge the Judicial branch through the Supreme Court to intervene and save the lives and careers of millions of students in the country. You are, therefore, requested to get the school education systems totally revamped so that students could learn and earn their livelihoods gracefully in the modern information-driven world.
I have compiled a detailed report – which is given below – to highlight the flaws in the current education system and steps to revamp it. As I do not have resources to file a formal petition, please consider this document as my legal petition in this case. I will be available to explain various aspects of this petition through online / virtual meetings.
The report as well as my contact details are given below. Request for immediate response.
Thank you. Rakesh Raman
Editor, RMN News Service [ Website ]
Founder, RMN Foundation [ Website ]
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