Changing face of state education
A noticeable change had occurred in the education system of the Capital from 2015 onwards, with the introduction of smart classrooms and new teaching methods in government schools, writes Sayantan Ghosh and Anup Verma.
The Capital has always stood out from the rest of the states across the India for its culture, heritage, and politics. But the education system of the city was not different from the other metro cities. The city has more than 2,000 private schools run under the influence of politicians or industrial groups. These schools are meant for children hailing from well-to-do and upper-middle-class families. Families which cannot afford the high fees of these schools are left with no option but to send their children to government and civic body-run schools. With the change in the politics of the city, Delhi witnessed a change in the education system from 2015 onwards.