Education is a fundamental human Right and essential for the exercise of all other human rights .it promotes individual freedom and empowerment and yields important development benefit. yet million of children and adults remain deprived of educational opportunities, many as a result of poverty. Every individual irrespective of race, gender, nationality, ethenic or social origin, religion or political preference, age or disability, is entitled to free elementary education. Normative instruments of United Nation and UNESCO lay down international legal down international legal obligations for the right to education. These instruments promote and develop the right of every person to enjoy access to education of good quality, without discrimination or exclusion. These instrument bear witness to the great importance that member state and the international community attach to normative action for realizing the right to education. It is for government to fulfill their obligation both legal and political in regard to providing education for all of good quality and to implement and monitor more effectively education strategies. Education is a powerful tool by which economically and socially marginalized adults and childrensrsquo can lift themselves out of poverty and participate fully as citizen. Education has been formally recognized as a human right since the adoption of the Universal Declaration of Human Right, 1948. innumerous global human right treaties, including United Nation Educational, Scientific and Cultural organizationUNESCO ,Convention Against Discrimination in Education1960, International Convention on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights1966 and the Convention on the elimination of All Forms of Discrimination against Women1981, have since affirmed this. These treaties establish an entitlement to free, compulsory primary education for all children an obligation to develop secondary education, supported by measures to render it accessible to all children, as well as equitable access to higher education and a responsibility to provide basic education for individuals who have not completed primary education. The United Nation Convention on the Right of the Child1989 further strengthen and broadens the concept of right to education, in particular through the obligation to consider its implementation the Conventionrsquos four core principles non-discrimination, the best interest of the child, the right to life, and survival and development of the child to the maximum extent possible and the right of children to express their views in all matters effecting them and for their views to be given due weight in accordance with the age and maturity. these underlying principles make clear a strong commitment to ensuring that childrensrsquo are recognized as an active agent in their own learning and that education is designed to promote and respect their rights and needs. In consonant with its international obligation India by its 86th Amendment Act elevated the status of Right to education to Fundamental Right. Inserting Article 21A, it provides for the free and compulsory education to all children of age of six to fourteen years in such manner as the state may, by law decides. However near about 130 million childrensrsquo in the world are illiterate till date and a positive approach is required to be taken by all member state either individually or in unison to achieve the pogramme of education for all.