The government made its stand known a day after Delhi’s tourism minister Kapil Mishra favoured relaxing the age limit for drinking in the capital.
The government had reduced school curriculum up to Class VIII by 25 per cent. “We have received inputs from nearly 40,000 teachers,” said Sisodia.
Deputy Chief Minister of Delhi, Manish Sisodia, while dismissing the allegations indicated that the government may take action against those trying to “defame” it.
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Manish Sisodia also said, “We are working towards making school a child’s favourite place to be, and learning in a classroom their favourite thing to do.”
The government is also planning to reduce the syllabus for classes IX- XII by 20 per cent from next year, Delhi Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia said Saturday.
Change of guard three days after Mishra wrote to Kejriwal, recommending an FIR against former Chief Minister Sheila Dikshit in DJB water tanker ‘scam’.
The minister also checked the attendance registers of teachers and found many absent.
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Refuting the claims, education minister Manish Sisodia said, “Baseless rumours are being spread about some colleges that are to be shifted from DU to another varsity.”
“I am shocked to see a lot of corrupt practices in our education system. No wonder there is so much corruption in society,” Sisodia said on Twitter.
Students should learn what is important, become better citizens, he says.
A statement issued by Sisodia’s office said discussions to host the 2021 WorldSkills competition in Delhi are on.
A school mini-bus accident provoked an outlash from Dy CM Sisodia, but little has changed since.
Prashant Bhushan said the Delhi government’s June 10 circular for “exclusive” regularisation of existing guest teachers was in contravention of a Supreme Court ruling.