Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal will announce government’s key education projects on Tuesday, March 22. The chief minister will hold a press conference at 12 noon.
Meanwhile, the Delhi Directorate of Education (DoE) has chalked out a two-phase plan to bridge competency gaps due to COVID-19 in students of Classes 3 to 9 from the commencement of the new session next month. The new academic session in Delhi government schools will be starting from April 1 and it would be the first time that students will be attending the new session physically after a series of coronavirus lockdowns in the past two years, the DoE said in a statement.
Director Education Himanshu Gupta conducted a meeting with all Deputy Directors of Education (DDEs) and Head of Schools (HoSs) of Delhi government schools and directed them to exclusively focus on emotional well-being and foundational skills in the first quarter of session 2022-23 for students of Classes 3-9.
The DoE has prepared a two-phase action plan to bridge the competency gap among the students, according said the statement.