Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia on Saturday invited students to give their suggestions for improvement of government schools in Delhi. “When citizens join hands with gov (government), spectacular results follow. Delhi education dept (department) brings such an opportunity for mutual participation,” Sisodia tweeted on Saturday.
Announcing the initiative taken up by the Education department, with its project helpline number 9289221169, he again tweeted, “Join our initiative to call students and get their feedback to improve education in government schools.”
The government has planned an overhaul in the education system in over 700 government schools in Delhi.
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In a bid to improve the condition of these schools, the AAP launched an android app last month to conduct volunteer surveys and get feedback from 1.47 lakh students who passed out of in 2014.
The survey is being seen as an “experiment” to create a common platform for citizens to participate in matters of governance.
The official Facebook page of the survey will serve as a communication channel with callers of the survey project.