01-09-2015, 09:08 PM
'Gifted Education Mahaabhiyan', a special election will provide a comprehensive study run by the University of Delhi to poor students from nine schools 90 MCD and authorities in the capital V class. By Du Cluster Innovation Centre is running the program funded at 180 million rupees. It acknowledges the disadvantaged class of talented students.
"We were 90 MCD schools and authorities in the first test, 76 students chose to belong to vulnerable groups, but are 'gifted' and have extraordinary talent. We will now nurture them, run a variety of workshops and advisory services programs to ensure that the overall learning for them, "said, the CIC director Madan Chaturvediji.
Also from Delhi University conducted a similar program in Guwahati, Baroda Uganda and other areas. This scheme has been extended to private school students in addition to being too poor to provide convenience to students.
"Selection, parents and students will be referred to counseling, and including staff and students plan lays out a team of experts for their MSc mathematics education module, the" Chaturvediji further explanation.
Gifted education Mahaabhiyan 'will be with North Delhi Municipal Corporation and the Municipal Corporation of Delhi recommendations. The program will be conducted to ensure that programs for holidays, for regular education students will not be destroyed.
He added: "The module will last six weeks, will include some of the workshops, counseling sessions and more self-task." The university has a national-level plan to take further initiatives.
"The program is completely free for students, we will also provide pick and drop the selected students. Our only aim is to nurture them beyond the conventional studies, that no additional burden," he explained in detail.