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TWO PANELS SET UP BY DELHI GOVT TO PREPARE EDUCATION BOARD PLANS

On Wednesday, the Delhi govt comprised two panels to set up the plan and structure for the development of the state education Board and educational program changes.

In the annual budget, the AAP government has reported the arrangement to set up a separate board of education for Delhi, the national capital in March.

A meeting is held by Deputy CM Manish Sisodia, the educational minister with Delhi Curriculum Reform Committee, and Delhi Education Board Committee to talk about the proposal and to initiate the work on the arrangements of the Delhi Education Board.

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Deputy CM Manish Sisodia, the educational minister said in Class XII CBSE board exam results Delhi govt schools students have performed exceptionally. The result shows the last 5 years of hard work done in the sector of education.

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Sisodia further added that they are still not satisfied with 98 percent result. Their vision is to change the Delhi education system in the next 5 years and these two committees will help them to complete their vision.

As per the officials, the panel comprises of Dr. Wilima Wadhwa (Director of ASER Centre), Professor Ankur Sarin (faculty member, IIM Ahmedabad), Ashok Pandey (Director of Ahlcon Group of Schools), and some other members.

Deputy CM Manish Sisodia, the educational minister mentioned that the committee will examine worldwide practices in learning evaluation, overhauling current appraisal rehearses, and will give a guide to a creative, student’s neighborly plan of evaluation to be trailed by the board.

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