Delhi budget 2023: Education always delivered the heft to Aam Aadmi Party’s governance in Delhi. With the formation of 12 Schools of Applied Learning. It brought schools and industry into a partnership for the first time in the nation
The Schools of Applied Learning have formal subjects and a proficient industrial setup. It provided sufficient disclosure to the students to formulate their skills. These schools had affiliated with the Delhi Board of School Education.
High-quality skill subjects crucially introduced in these schools from Class IX. Every student learned three talented subjects each in classes IX and X and one each in XI and XII. The ambition of this strategy is alongside traditional subjects.
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The government intended to boost the number of Schools of Specialised Excellence (SSE) to 37 from 32 currently. It started with 20 in 2021. These provide domains in STEM, 21st-century skills, humanities, performance and visual arts, and armed forces preparatory courses.
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Gahlot conveyed that of the 676 children in the first batch of STEM. 255 students appeared for JEE Mains, and almost 50% 11% of them, qualified for JEE Advanced. He said French, German, Japanese, and Spanish were being taught as a pilot project in SoSE. The government would consider rolling out foreign language courses in the coming years.
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The Delhi budget 2023, unsuccessful funded higher education. Delhi government would again supply tablets to teachers, principals, and district education officers. In 2018, all teachers had Rs 15,000 to purchase tablets. Again those tablets had become old. He announced that 350 schools got 20 new PCs. The EMC got direct admissions into UG courses like BBA and BTech in seven state universities.
Gehlot said Delhi government schools would function with the feeder (municipal) schools and anganwadis to grow up foundational skills of all children, as required under the National Education Policy.