Defining human dignity of child and education in India: Human rights perspectives
Dr. Jayasankar KI, Rajashree J Jawale
Indian Constitution in 1950 was a significant event not only in the political history of India but also in the history of social justice ‘and human rights . Article 21, 21A and Article 45, 51A of the Indian constitution protects Right to life with dignity of children and provide the right to free and compulsory education Act 2009. So we need to study and review the human rights in books and in action to protect the rights of children in India. India has made significant progress in universalizing primary education, and is moderately on track to achieve this Millennium Development Goal. Ultimately Human dignity gets when child acquired self-respect, independent thinking and education in this perspectives. The Right to education Act 2009 is the means to achieve the goals enumerated in Indian Constitution.