Delhi education system had leakages in foundation, missing dots: Manish Sisodia

Delhi’s Deputy Minister Manish Sisodia on Friday said that Delhi’s education system has several problems including leaks in the platform and lack of dots in policies. The minister who is in charge of the education ministry added that students previously had the mindset of looking for a job instead of thinking about creating job opportunities.

“We fixed some problems in Delhi’s education system after 2015. There were leaks in the platform, lack of dots in education policy, and job-seeking students, ” Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) leader said.

The minister added that after they introduced the entrepreneurship mindset program in public schools, children’s minds expanded from thinking about finding a job to being employed. The government also provides seed money for children to explore the business field.

“We introduced an entrepreneurship mindset program for students to develop the employer mindset. We funded the seed money of the student body. $2,000 11th graders form groups and work on ideas. Students no longer have the mindset of looking for a job,” he said.

Sisodia announced that the government focuses on training teachers appropriately and providing them with instructions in different ways. prime minister and send them to different countries to experience and understand their education system. The teachers were asked to apply the best practices to the children of Delhi.

The minister said that the country has performed well in the education sector and the establishment of the IIT and IIM shows that good work, but that it has “served one percent” of the academic population.

“We need to focus on creating a world-class education model for the remaining 99 per cent of the population to learn,” he said.

The Deputy Minister’s comments come at a time when his government is facing several disputes with the Governor’s Lieutenant General. Deli including education.

“Contrary to claims, the number of students attending private schools has increased in Delhi. While the proportion of private schools in 2013-2014 was 35%, the rate has increased to 43% in 2019-2020 and despite the migration from private schools to government schools due to the pandemic, this number is still hovering around 40%,” Delhi LG said.

(With input from PTI)

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