New Delhi: The Delhi government is
preparing to bring an improvement in the Right to Education (RTE) campaign by eliminating
the no-detention policy alike many other states. "Under the influence of this
no-detention policy, many undeserving students make it to Class-8, worsening
the standard of quality, suggested few teachers and parents. Considering
criticality of the issue, the decision of removing no-detention policy has received
a green signal in the cabinet meeting today" said Arvind Kejriwal, CM at an
event hosted by PHD Chamber of industry and Commerce.
The government of Kejriwal has also anticipated
discontinuing the screening procedures for admittance to nursery classes.
"No screening procedure should be permissible
in nursery classes. It must be done randomly. Even the parents of pupils should
be subjected to interview" pressed Kejriwal. Also, their government is running
several hypotheses to achieve control in admission fees of every last private
school in the city.
Lecturing a collaborating conference
before associates of the Chamber, Kejriwal insisted the industry to come forth
and offer a helping hand by adopting Mohalla Clinics, an initiative by Kejriwal
government to establish 1000 of its kind. Also he pressed on benefiting from
the CSR initiative.
Kejriwal revealed his concerns in the
matter of surged migration of people to neighbouring states like Haryana,
Rajasthan and UP in search of an employment opportunity. According to him, government
shall render selfless aid to the trading and business community of Delhi by
setting up non-polluting industries nearby Delhi in coming three months that
could eventually satisfy economic needs of 10,000 unemployed graduates.