03-16-2015, 08:00 PM
According to the report in TOI on Thursday chief minister Manish Sisodia highlighted the flaws of the policy of non-detention the right to Education Act. He said "copy-paste" policies of other countries in India will not work until it is brought substantial changes in the system. He added that a decision is "silly." Under the policy, students are not held up to class VIII.
Referring to his letter to Delhi CLL annual meeting and business conference, Union HRD minister said, "some of us could have gone to Europe and America and we heard about the policy of non-stop. He turned and copy and paste it here. But you see them in the context of India. " He emphasized the necessity of changes.
However, the education minister also said that the policy is good but we have to train our teachers; We should change the configuration of the classroom.
The government plans to build an innovative vocational university. Sisodia said bringing revolutionary changes in a way that he wants to make the city a hub "knowledge".
Minister of industry, health and nutrition, Satyendar Jain, raised concerns about increased air pollution and 38% of the pollution is due to dust, he said. All roads, he said, will be free of dust and planted more trees. The government will begin the mechanical cleaning of the main roads, he said. "We can remove dust from the roads because the pollution level, we believe, you are reduced by 25%."