New Delhi: Deputy chief minister Manish Sisodia on Thursday said five Delhi government schools had ranked among the top 10 government schools in India, a feat made possible by training principals at leading institutes.
Sisodia, who also holds the education portfolio, said the Delhi government had made training programs for principals so that other schools could also feature in the list. Addressing a press conference, Sisodia said two government schools had topped the ranking for state government day schools in a ranking by Education World a portal for educators, teachers, and parents which comes out with rankings for schools every year. Three others have also made the top 10 list.
” It is a matter of great pride and a result of hard work by principals, teachers, and students. All the principals of these schools were provided world-class training in leading institutes such as IIM -Ahmedabad and Cam bridge Univer Sisodia site, ” said.
The press conference was also attended by the principals of the five schools. The deputy chief minister said Delhi’s two government schools secured first and second spots in Education World School rankings, while two other schools bagged the 9th rank and one school secured the 10th position. ” Arvind Kejriwal showed confidence in his school principals, provided their excellent training and facilities and on the basis of this trust, the Delhi government schools have made it to the top 10 government schools of the country, ” he said. Sisodia added that a training program had been made for government school principals so that other schools could also become world-class and compete with t top schools in the country.