CM Kejriwal dream is to make Delhi centre of education for whole world
New Delhi: Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal on Friday felicitated a number of students of Delhi with an Excellence in Education Award and said that his dream is to make Delhi a centre of education for the whole world.
Speaking at the event, CM Kejriwal said, "A few days ago I met a woman on a flight who said that last year she also received the Excellence Award from a school. She was proud of it and I also felt good. We have been giving these award teachers of children since 2015. Now people consider this award as a big medal."
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"When I was giving awards to the students, I saw confidence and happiness on their faces. Students who didn't receive the award this year I wish in coming years they will also receive the award," he added.
Notably, Excellence Award is the confluence of both education systems.
Meanwhile, Kejriwal said that, “Our dream is to make Delhi the centre of education for the whole world. To improve education quality in the national capital the teachers and principals of both private and government schools have worked hard. The results so far are good and we will definitely succeed.”
Meanwhile, earlier Delhi Deputy Minister Manish Sisodia resigned from the cabinet. Sisodia used to hold 18 departments including Education.
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