Sisodia witnesses poor condition of govt schools during inspection
Delhi Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia on Thursday witnessed poor condition of Delhi government schools even in his own Assembly constituency, <g data-gr-id="16">Patpargunj</g>. The minister inspected some other schools, polytechnics and administrative offices in Delhi and noticed several anomalies.
“In the surprise inspection, Sisodia found that in some classes students were sitting on ground,” said a Delhi government spokesperson.
Sisodia ordered the principal and Deputy Director of East Delhi Saroj Bala to improve the situation in one week and alarmed them about his next inspection thereafter.
The students complained about drinking water, sanitation, poor quality of education while parents complained about indiscipline.
Before coming here, Sisodia also inspected the office of DDE East and expressed Hus concerns on functioning of vigilance cell there.
Earlier in the day, Sisodia along with Education Secretary P S Srivastava visited directorate of Training and Technical Education. He reprimanded the officers about their apathetic nature of work.
"Sisodia ordered to issue show cause notice to an officer of DD rank for sitting on <g data-gr-id="28">appointment</g> of teachers in GB Pant <g data-gr-id="29">Polytechnic ,</g> Okhla,"added the spokesperson.
According to a senior <g data-gr-id="27">officer</g> there are just two teachers in the college on 500 students. In his inspection of this college on <g data-gr-id="26">Wednesday ,</g> Sisodia had ordered <g data-gr-id="25">removal</g> of a guest teacher as he was found engaged in favouring those students in viva-voice who used to study coaching with his institute.