Schools of excellence in each district, student exchange plan in the Delhi government's “Vision 2030” plan - education top

The creation of at least one School of Excellence (SoE) in each district, foreign language teaching in state schools, networked classrooms, exchange programs for students and the funding of Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) are among the projects for the Directorate of Education (DoE) in the shortlist will come. “Vision 2030”.

The management informed various departments on Thursday that they had approved their projects for the implementation of “Vision 2030” after consulting with the stakeholders and the secretary (education) and had set preliminary timetables.

In the orders, copies of which are with HT, the deputy director (administration) Ramchandra Shingare advised the department heads to stick to the schedules.

An advisor in the office of the Delhi Minister of Education, Manish Sisodia, said “Vision 2030” is part of the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) government’s strategies to promote public education in the state capital.

“Many of these projects were also announced by the government during the budget speech earlier this year. We want to achieve all of this before 2030, ”said the consultant.

In order to establish excellent schools – the English language schools of the Delhi government – in each district, the DoE asked its SoE branch to identify existing school buildings in which new rooms could be built and to come up with a proposal to convert these institutes as schools declare excellence by September 15th.

The tentative schedule for foreign language introduction in SoEs and Rajkiya Pratibha Vikas Vidyalayas (RPVVs) is December 31, 2020.

In the DoE regulation, the plan for connected classrooms was drawn up: “It is decided to convert all classes, including kindergarten, in all schools to connected classrooms within four years. The project will be implemented gradually. “

Integrated digital devices will be installed in all classrooms. Primary and kindergarten receive intelligent / interactive televisions. Laptops are provided in some classrooms to improve learning. The project is expected to be implemented by the end of this year, according to the DoE regulation.

Smart cards will be tentatively issued to all government students by September 30th. “The smart cards are used multiple times, e.g. B. for school entry, the use of health services, the use of library services, etc. “, it says.

The DoE has also ordered its school department to submit a proposal by August 30th to send students to exchange programs in other countries.

The Samagra Shiksha Abhiyan branch has been advised that it will develop a CSR portal for DoE by August 30th. “It is decided to develop the CSR portal for DoE to support NGOs and companies that are ready to support educational work in government schools in Delhi,” said the directorate.

State school principals said these projects would help provide better facilities for students. “If there are excellent schools in all districts, the stigma of state schools will be removed. The smart cards will help students gain access to all government facilities, ”said AK Jha, director of Sarvodya, co-editor of Vidyalaya in Rohini.


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