Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia on Friday held a review meeting with teachers and parents and talked about the role of parents and teachers in the success of children studying in Delhi Government schools.
The meeting was organized at SKV School in Chirag Delhi. Giving credit for this success to parents and teachers, Sisodia said that the government has only provided the platform, all the hard work has been done by the teachers and parents.
He said that the corona epidemic is the worst crisis mankind has seen. We have to keep up the learning process even when everything else is closed.
Sisodia said, “Soon there will be a vaccine to cure Corona, but there is no vaccine for the loss of education. Therefore, we have to reduce our other expenses so that we continue with our children’s education,”
The education minister said that if there is a loss in education, it will not only be the loss of that child or family, but it will be a loss for the entire country. “Our prudence is to recognize that no matter how difficult it may get, it should not affect our child’s education,” he added.
Sisodia said that students who did not have online resources were contacted through the phone call. “A semi-online pattern was introduced for them and the material was given. Online education is not an alternative to school. Going to school helps in the all-round development of a child. So we want the school to re-open as soon as possible. We did this experiment so that children do not lose their precious time,” he said.
Manish Sisodia said that the government schools of Delhi have created history this time by getting a 98 per cent result. He said, “Five years ago when we got 88 per cent results, we gave ourselves the target of achieving 90 per cent Today, the result has reached 98 percent. But let us not be complacent, but instead, let's think of moving forward,” he further added.