Students can go through AP State Board 8th Class Social Studies Notes Chapter 18 Rights Approach to Development to understand and remember the concept easily.
AP State Board Syllabus 8th Class Social Studies Notes Chapter 18 Rights Approach to Development
→ The right to liberty and freedom means that they can do, believe and speak out what they want without fear and live the life of their choice.
→ It is important to pass laws that sanction the economic and welfare rights of all people.
→ The Government of India has made laws related to the right to information, employment, and school education.
→ RTI prescribes that any individual can get documents from the government.
→ Under the RTI it is also compulsory for every government office to declare certain information in public even without being asked by the people.
→ RTE declares that all children of the age of 6 to 14 have the right to free education.
→ Children should be taught in their mother tongue.
→ The 86th Amendment of the Constitution, which made education a fundamental right was passed in the year 2002.
→ Human Rights: All human beings, irrespective of who they are, – their caste, gender, religion, country, etc., whether they are law-abiding or criminals have certain basic rights which cannot be denied to them.
→ RTI: Right to Information. This law prescribes that any individual can get documents like government orders, reports, advice, logbooks, rules and regulations, attendance lists, letters, etc. (Some exceptions are there).
→ RTE: Right to Education. It is a law. It declares that all children of the age 6 to 14 years have the right to free education etc.
→ Liberty: The state of being free or the ability to act as you please.