Quality education: Delhi govt revamps SCERT & DIETs
NEW DELHI: Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia held a felicitation ceremony on the occasion of restructuring of SCERT (State Council of Educational Research and Training) and DIETs (District Institute of Education and Training) of Delhi at his residence on Wednesday afternoon. Recognising the primacy of building a strong academic and institutional foundation for the series of reform initiatives in education being introduced by the Delhi government, the government has restructured and strengthened the SCERT and DIETs.
"Delhi is the first place in the world that introduced the concept of estate managers in govt schools, to ensure that the principal can focus on academics & there is someone to take care of the maintenance of the premises. Similarly, today we add 'program coordinators' in SCERT & DIETs so that educators can focus on the content of trainings & its deliverance instead of food & logistics in big trainings," said Sisodia
"I am a dreamer & I have a few dreams for my country, and I think those dreams can only be realized through education. And so if my team education dreams of restructuring SCERT towards the larger aim of delivering quality education to the masses, then it is my dream too. Let's take SCERT to unprecedented heights, and inspire other states to learn from us," said Sisodia.