Manish Sisodia: Delhi government school students see themselves as 'future of the country'

Deputy chief minister Manish Sisodia said Delhi government school students consider themselves the 'future of the country' and wish to contribute to its progress

Manish Sisodia: Delhi government school students see themselves as 'future of the country' Delhi school students consider themselves as 'the future of the country'. (Credits: Shutterstock)
Press Trust of India | Sep 29, 2022 - 7:10 p.m. IST
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NEW DELHI: The students of Delhi government schools not only consider themselves as "the future of the country" but also wish to "contribute for the progress of the nation", Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia said on Thursday. Reviewing the curriculum-related activities at a government school, Sisodia said that the confidence in students have gone up and that they now have a "vision to improve their careers."

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"Delhi education revolution's biggest achievement is that the confidence level of our children has increased. The students have a vision to improve their careers as well as contribute to the progress of the country," he said. "The aspirations of the children studying in the Delhi government schools are not limited to just getting employed," Sisodia added.

The deputy CM also said that while the 'Deshbhakti' curriculum has been beneficial for the students, the entrepreneurship focused curriculum has helped them improve their communication, teamwork, and leadership skills.


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