Education: Education is an essential tool for passing on knowledge and improving one's life. The system of education requires a variety of steps, depending on the level of education. Education is a crucial process that has a significant effect on the ethics and culture of a society. The Right to Education Act of 2009 is a first step in ensuring that children aged 6 to 14 have access to and are required to attend school. A slew of public awareness campaigns aimed at educating people about the value of education have been launched. As a first step toward education, the Indian government has launched a range of education-based initiatives for children, including Udaan, Saksham, Pragati, and others. Given the extent of the digital divide, India's education-first approach serves as a great leveller. Every child in our country has the Right to Education (RTE) until they reach the age of 14. This gives us the opportunity to begin early, instilling critical thought, logical reasoning, and problem solving skills in young children. No matter how unlikely it might seem, we have the technical capabilities and capacity to achieve this goal. Every individual is responsible for understanding and moulding – or rather, unfolding into a unique and resourceful individual who actively contributes to the country's future.