Delhi Education Board aimed at overall development of students: Sisodia
NEW DELHI [Maha Media]: Deputy Chief Minister of Delhi and Education Minister Manish Sisodia has said that the Delhi Government is working at a fast pace on a new curriculum for students up to the age of 14 years which will be implemented in the coming session on formation of the new education board .
In an interaction with UNI, Mr Sisodia said, 'For the first time, the Delhi government is bringing a separate curriculum along with an education board for the overall development of the students of Delhi.'
He said Delhi will have a separate 'Delhi Education Board'. Talking about the Education Curriculum being prepared by the Delhi government, Sisodia said,'Education Curriculum is important and it is being designed in keeping with the modern technology. We are redefining the curriculum. Our education is not limited only to schools, but a child learns from his environment outside school too.
We have to take into account every aspect of children's development in our assessment system.' Assessment is an important part of our curriculum,' he said. He said that the era of evaluation of children in one go through three-hour examinations is now over.
'We have to create a system where we are able to track the development of a child 360 degrees. We have to understand all aspects of the learning process of children.