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In one stroke, the Aam Aadmi Party government in Delhi made the largest ever capacity expansion to government schools. Across the city, Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia and AAP MLAs inaugurated a total of 5,695 classrooms in hundreds of existing schools today.

Delhi government has allocated a whopping quarter of its entire Budget for education and the rapid expansion in capacity and upgrade of infrastructure is a result of this huge investment. Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia inaugurated classrooms at the Sarvodaya Kanya Vidyalaya, No 2, Mandawali in his constituency of Patparganj in East Delhi.

AAP MLAs also shared several pictures of the new buildings they inaugurated today:

MLA Vijender Garg also inaugurated a beautiful new auditorium in one government school in the Rajinder Nagar constituency:

The AAP government has transformed public education in Delhi and has demonstrated that if there is political will, it is possible to make government schools world class!

 

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    • Anish

      If possible we should make law and farming a part of the curriculum. To start or for long term, we could keep it non-evaluation subject. Or we could make it elective.

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    • vinny

      Focus on Education will also benefit the nation by reduction in crime & population growth rate.
      Experts should be called to give guest lectures to students on acquisition of various skills .
      Lectures given in schools should be recorded and video library must be made to reduce burden on teachers.

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    • John Ferns

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      EDUCATION REFORM – 1
      From 1 To 5 Std/Class (PRIMARY)
      (1) There must be only 5 Subjects (English, Hindi & State Language, Maths & Social/Moral Studies).
      (2) There must be only 2 Exams (First Term & Final Term) and there must be no any exam or test in between but only activities (Sports, Singing, Dancing, Music, Drawing, Craft, etc).

      From 6 To 10 Std/Class (SECONDARY)
      (1) There must be only 10 Subjects (Literature (English/Optional Language), Maths, Social/Moral Studies, Science, Environmental Studies (Preserving Nature/Weather Change), History, Geography, Physics, Biology & Chemistry).
      (2) There must be 3 Exams (First Term, Second Term & Final Term) and there must be no any test in between but only activities (Sports, Singing, Dancing, Music, Drawing, Craft, etc).

      EDUCATION REFORM – 2
      School should make Good Human Beings and Colleges/Institutes should make Good Professionals. Both will make this world a better place to live in.

      EDUCATION REFORM – 3
      Today’s Education System Makes Professionals but Not Humans!
      Today’s Education System Teaches how to make money but not to respect each other’s religion!
      Education System must focus on making Good Human Beings along with making Professionals, So that this World will be better place to live in.
      Today’s Education System only focus on Studies and how to become rich but does not focus on Preserving Nature, Good Manners, Not to Steal, not to keep eye on others property, to fear God, respect Elders, not to do Corruption, not to interfere in others business, not to say any bad things of other religion, respect all Religion, etc.
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    • Aravind G

      We need investment in people, more than other sectors.

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    • Melissa Joe

      AAP in India is really doing what India needs to do. Any Educated Generation Can Add up to 4+ % growth rate to the economy within 9- 11 years. Singapore and China did the same in 1975, and 1989 respectively. HEad off too AAP for Investing in Human Capital (Education+ Health)

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    • John Ferns

      AAP investing honestly in Education Sectors will make Indians Educated and this will make India, a Developed/Rich Country. Today, India is a Poor Country because there is No Investment in Education & Health Sectors. AAP investing honestly in Education & Health Sectors will make India a Developed/Rich Country. Education will make Indians Educated and Health will make Indians Healthy. Educated & Healthy Indians will make India a Developed/Rich Country.

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    • Keshav Agarwal

      Congratulations! We must also share the statistics for all Govt. schools in Delhi. Drinking Water, Clean toilets and a library should be there in every school.

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