Will open job opportunities in European countries
New Delhi, April 6 (Delhi Crown): Students of Delhi Government schools will now be able to learn German language at their schools, as the state government on Wednesday signed an agreement with the German Embassy in the national capital to provide the necessary infrastructure.
According to a Delhi Government official, this would open employment opportunities for Delhi students in European countries in the future.
In the first phase as many as 30 schools will be chosen where the German language would be taught to the students.
This is perhaps the first time when the Delhi Government has entered into such an agreement with an Embassy to teach a foreign language to government schools’ students.
Citing the “Kejriwal Model of Governance” the Delhi government has been focusing too much on improving the education and health infrastructure in the city. The state government claims to have developed these two sectors to such an extent that they are being appreciated across the country.
In his Budget Speech recently at the Delhi Assembly, Delhi’s Dy. CM Manish Sisodia had stated that nearly 4 lakh students had migrated from private schools across the national capital to the government schools, as, he said, the education level had improved a lot in Delhi govt schools.
The Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) is now promising to replicate the “Kejriwal Model of Governance” in other states too, where the party plans to contest Assembly elections due this year-end and next year.