Delhi’s Education System ‘Empty’, Says Union Education Minister Dharmendra Pradhan

As per the National Achievement Survey, the exhibition of class 10 and 12 understudies of Delhi government schools has been continually declining, Mr Pradhan said.

New Delhi: Union Education Minister Dharmendra Pradhan has named the Delhi government’s schooling system “empty” and “a trick”. Going after the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) allotment over the extract strategy, Mr Pradhan said his “companions” Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal and his representative Manish Sisodia is attempting to conceal their “burglary” by featuring the New York Times story on Delhi’s school system.

Delhi’s schooling system is khokhla (empty) and a nautanki (trick). As per the National Achievement Survey, the presentation of class 10 and 12 understudies of Delhi government schools has been continually declining,” Mr Pradhan said in his location at Business Today’s “India@100 conference” on Friday. “They are simply attempting to conceal for their robbery, utilizing the extract strategy by showing the New York Times article while truly the circumstance is unique,” he added.

The New York Times report distributed last week had set off a conflict of words between the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) and the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) after the CBI struck the home of Mr Sisodia, who likewise holds the training and extract portfolios, regarding claimed anomalies in the outlining and execution of the public authority’s extract strategy. The New York Times story depended on “a fair and on-the-ground revealing”, the American paper had said while dismissing the paid news charge.