Delhi school model: Telangana Chief Minister K. Chandrashekhar Rao said that his government would open model schools in the southern state on the lines of Delhi and would soon send a team of officers for coordination. Rao, along with his Delhi counterpart Arvind Kejriwal, visited a Delhi government school in the national capital where officials briefed the Telangana chief minister about the changes in the education system in the city under the AAP government.
Let us tell you that Rao and his party leaders were welcomed by Kejriwal and Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia at Sarvodaya Vidyalaya Senior Secondary School in Moti Bagh area and made them tour the school. The delegation also took stock of the classrooms, laboratories and sports area of the students, among other facilities. During this, while praising Delhi’s public education system, Rao said, “The process of becoming job creators rather than job seekers is very good. It is very necessary for our country with such a huge population.
During this, Kejriwal told Rao, “We have around 1,100 schools and about 18 lakh students are studying in them. Earlier this number was 16 lakhs, but now, due to the remarkable improvement in the education sector, many students from private schools are enrolling in our government schools.” After this Rao told reporters, “We will implement the Delhi school model in Telangana as well. We will soon send a team of our state officials to coordinate. Let us tell you that last month, Tamil Nadu Chief Minister MK Stalin visited government schools in Delhi and praised the efforts of the Delhi government to improve education standards.