Delhi Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia on Thursday mentioned lack of desires and route at school youngsters is the most important problem for the way forward for the nation.
He mentioned the Kejriwal authorities is at all times targeted on the holistic growth of its college students, although.
Sisodia was addressing ‘Desh Ke Mentor Conclave’, organised by the Delhi Commission for Protection of Child Rights to rejoice the journey of mentors registered underneath the programme from all around the nation and the mentees.
He harassed the necessity for well timed profession steerage for college students. “Lack of dreams and direction in school children is the biggest challenge for the future of the country. Mentors under the Delhi government’s flagship initiative ‘Desh Ke Mentor’ programme have worked towards giving direction to the future of hundreds of children studying in Delhi government schools,” he added.
On the event, Sisodia felicitated the mentors underneath the programme for placing within the efforts to point out the appropriate path to the Delhi authorities faculty college students who usually don’t obtain well timed assist in making knowledgeable profession selections from their environment.
He additionally participated in a panel dialogue with mentors from varied skilled backgrounds.
“For the education ministers across the country, most of the targets include getting teachers recruited on time, providing mid-day meals and books to all students and ensuring funds for the universities to run them better,” Sisodia mentioned.
“But, under the leadership of CM Arvind Kejriwal, the Delhi Government is always focused on the holistic development of its students,” he added.