UX/UI Design, Application Development, Distributed Development
Right of Children to Free and Compulsory Education Act, 2009
The Constitution of India, under the Right of Children to Free and Compulsory Education Act (Section 12(1)(c)) mandates Private unaided and special category schools to allocate 25% of their seats for children from economically weaker and disadvantaged sections of society at no fee to the children.
A minimal palette, clear hierarchy, and ample whitespace ensure a voice of authority and expertise in communication.
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The semi-rounded details of the letters give Lato a feeling of warmth, while the strong structure provides stability and seriousness. “Male and female, serious but friendly.
The school admin interface have been designed extremely simple considering the lack of technological ignorance.
The school admin can update the Tuition fee and other fee for every class falling under RTE, which in turn, is used to calculate the total annual fee for each student to be reimbursed by Govt. of India.
The school admin can view, verify and update student information for every class, lottery cycle and academic year.
Students’ attendance can be managed by school admin. The admin can also flag the student as Drop out in case he/she has stopped coming to school for over a month.
Along with school admin, similar interfaces with respective rights have been designed and developed for other user roles of the platform as well such as nodal admin, district admin and state admin.
The state admin can see the state level overview of usage of RTE for his/her state. The visual representation of user distribution, school distribution and reimbursement dues help the state admin and other high level stakeholders to take rational decision in making a real impact of this initiative.
The social impact with this application has been very motivating and inspirational.
HIGHLY POSITIVE FEEDBACK
“In last 4 hours, we have already received 200 student applications and there have not been any significant on-field issues in operating the platform so far. Really glad to see the applications going seamlessly.”
Chirag Maheshwari, Project Lead from Indus Action – RTE