Nursery admissions in Delhi to start soon

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Due to the Covid-19 pandemic: Nursery admissions, for which instructions are normally published by November and the process begins at the end of December, have been postponed.

Nursery admissions in Delhi to start soon 

Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal declared on Tuesday that admission to the nursery in the national capital will begin soon. "We will likely start nursery enrollment. The phase was disrupted this year due to all the pandemic," he said although engaging with private school principals and authorities on educational reforms in the post-COVID-19 period.

The Directorate of Education: Nursery enrollment starts in the last week of November at around 1,700 schools in Delhi. Guidelines are published by the Directorate of Education (DoE) and schools are asked to provide the relevant details, after which the application process is normally completed in December. There has been no progress on it this year, however. In December, Delhi government officials said that a plan to scrap nursery admissions is being considered as schools have been closed for nine months because of COVID-19 and will remain closed until a vaccine is available, a whole year of online learning seems inviable for small children. School principals were resistant to this year's proposal of not accepting nursery students.

Last month, however, Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia ruled out scrapping admission to the nursery. "Education is our top priority. That was why, in our very first budget, we allocated Rs 10,000 crore for education. It was unprecedented and unheard of. The Delhi government is committed to working for the most fundamental needs of the common people. Hence we have worked to transform government schools and hospitals in Delhi."Education is our top priority. That's why in our very first budget we had allocated Rs 10,000 crore for education. It was unprecedented and unheard of. The government of Delhi is committed to working for the common people's most basic needs. We have therefore worked in Delhi to transform government schools and hospitals.

Getting a quality education, regardless of their economic background, is a dream of every person. But our government has ensured that everyone gets the best possible education. Our dream is to provide each student with quality education," Getting quality education is a dream of every individual, irrespective of their economic background. Earlier, students from underprivileged backgrounds were not getting a quality education. But our government has ensured that everyone gets the best possible education.”

The Chief Minister said that for a long time, private schools in Delhi have been doing well.

In the top 200 private schools in India, there are nearly a hundred Delhi schools. In the last 5-6 years, our government has worked to transform government schools and taken them on a par with private schools. Government schools and private schools are two arms of the Delhi education system, and in private schools, our government also prioritizes education reforms.

"The Delhi model of COVID management was appreciated across the world because government hospitals and private hospitals worked together in close coordination. Similarly, government schools and private schools need to work together to create a world-class education system in Delhi," he said.

Kejriwal said: He is fully in favor of private school autonomy, but added that the government would not allow students and parents to be unjust. "We are in complete favor of autonomy to private schools, at the same time the Delhi government would not allow any injustice to happen to our students and their parents," he said.

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