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India will be the youngest country in the world, by the tear 2020. With a total population of 64% of its population will in the working-age group. The average age of the Indian population will be 29 years old. According to the numbers, India is one of the largest countries in the world having a student population, with a total of 34.6 million students enrolled as of 31st March 2016. With such higher numbers, India has always prioritized the education sector for quality education by adapting different and newer ideas of education to have the smartest young population in the world, too.

Why the need for Smart schools?

The idea of Smart schools is inspired by India?s PM Narendra Modi and his vision. This smart school is a mixture of his ideas like Make in India, Digital India, Swatch Bharat Abhiyan, Betti Bachao Betti Sikhao, etc. The smart schools are not only an excellent blend of top-notch Indian schemes but also environmentally friendly. Right from the gate of the school, energy conservation takes place. The entrance of the school is designed in such a way that every time the gate is used due to fiction energy is generated and stored in the battery. This battery stored energy is further used in the entire school for computer labs, classrooms, halls, etc. A solar panel is placed on the floor of the school to save electricity. The roof of the school is also equipped by a rainwater harvesting system to increase the groundwater level of the area near the school?s location. The smart school further has organic farming set up for medicinal use and experimental purposes. The school is a blend of all critical aspects to conserve resources to provide better, diverse, and quality education.

By introducing Article 21-A, of Indian constitution, India has given priority to the education sector in the constitution itself. The article states that the State shall provide free and compulsory education to all children of the age of 6 years to 14 years in such manner as the State may, by law, determine. By making education free and compulsory for children between the ages of 6 years to 14 years as a fundamental right. In 2009, the article was represented as The Right of Children to Free and Compulsory Education (RTE) Act, which states that every child has a right to full-time elementary education of satisfactory and equitable quality in a formal school which satisfies certain essential norms and standards.



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