Major Changes in Delhi Education System, Students Fate to get Improved!

 

Both public and government admit that the current education system needs major changes. Delhi Deputy Chief Minister and Education Minister Manish Sisodia on Saturday stressed on having an education system based on developing a healthy attitude, skills and readiness for the next learning stage.


If we focus on only readiness, leaving attitude and skills beside, the purpose of education will be half-served. We have to provide the “complete education” to make students live their life to the fullest fearlessly!


"Learning skills in school becomes extremely important for preparing students to live their lives happily and responsibly. Skills like listening, asking, doing things, expressing are necessary," Sisodia said. The attitude of dreaming big, being true, honest and happy, and critical thinking should be built from childhood.


“According to NCF (2005), Maths should help students to think logically but in reality, a Maths class becomes mainly about learning formulas and solving equations,” Deputy CM added. Sisodia also said that once the plan is ready, SCERT Delhi will focus on preparing the content and extensive training of teachers with the guidance of these two committees.


Sisodia asked committees to stick to the timelines so that a new curriculum for children up to 14 years could be launched by next academic year. Also, the Delhi Government had announced its plans for Curriculum reform and creating a New Board of Education for Delhi.


The government and students as well believe that this change might change their fate to positive! Saying bye to the traditional “just book” education gives new hopes to the students of the next generation. Not just in Delhi, the change is needed to be implemented all over India to make the country shine! The lockdown period has to be taken advantage for creating a whole new education system all over India.”

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