New Delhi, July 04 2021 || News Desk

Synopsis: Ch. Anil Kumar said that it was open secret that standard of education  both at the BJP-ruled Municipal Corporation of Delhi schools and under the Arvind Government schools has been falling steadily over the years as they had given no attention in improving the education standards, other than indulging in mudslinging and charges and counter charges.

Delhi Pradesh Congress Committee President Ch Anil Kumar said that it was shocking to learn that according to the Government of India’s Unified District Information System for Education Plus  (UDISE+) report, Delhi stands at the 36th rank with second poorest pupil-teacher ratio of 32.7 in the country, with Bihar topping the dubious list. He said that it was distressing to note that Delhi has deteriorated to such a pathetic standard in education  due to the apathy of those in power, which is gross injustice to a generation of students.

Ch. Anil Kumar said that it was open secret that standard of education  both at the BJP-ruled Municipal Corporation of Delhi schools and under the Arvind Government schools has been falling steadily over the years as they had given no attention in improving the education standards, other than indulging in mudslinging and charges and counter charges.

Ch. Anil Kumar said that if teachers of MCD schools had to often resort to strikes to get their salaries due to the Arvind Government’s refusal to release funds, how can teachers show commitment to their jobs?

Ch. Anil Kumar said that the skewed teacher-student ratio was due to the laxity in recruiting teachers over the past many years, as education was the last priority of these squabbling powers.

Ch. Anil Kumar said that Delhi Education Minister Manish Sisodia, who gloats over the ‘achievements’ of Delhi in the education sector,  has not perhaps realised that there teacher are very less in students ration in Delhi schools!

He said that the Delhi Government relies on guest teachers rather than recruiting permanent teachers to run the show, though Chief Minister Arvind had promised regularisation of guest teachers in his election manifesto; instead he sacked 1600 guest teachers last week, which will further reduce teacher-student ratio in Delhi.

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