Vice Chief Minister Manish Sisodia on Wednesday met the Delhi University acting Vice-Chancellor PC Joshi and other varsity authorities and examined the issues concerning schools completely subsidized by the regional government. 28 universities of the varsity are halfway or completely subsidized by the Delhi government with 12 schools completely financed by the agreement. Education Minister
Before, the varsity and the public authority have been secured a tussle over the arrangement of administering bodies in schools and issues of the arrival of award in-guide to universities.Before, the college and the public authority have been secured a tussle over the development of administering bodies in universities and issues of arrival of award in-guide to schools.
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“Manish Sisodia, Deputy CM, Govt of NCT, Delhi alongside Atishi Marlena met University group Delhi University group. Issues concerning Delhi Govt subsidized schools were talked about warmly and agreeably. It was chosen to push forward in close counsel for the improvement of the schools,” the varsity said in a tweet.
Sisodia tweeted, “Had a lunch meeting with Prof PC Joshi – Vice Chancellor University of Delhi and his dynamic group at his office today. We had a productive conversation about the fate of advanced education and how to set out new open doors for the offspring of Delhi.”
“Additionally got the chance to visit the cell where Shaheed Bhagat Singh was kept as a detainee in June 1929, just after he besieged the British parliament. It helped me to remember the penances our bold political dissidents have made to reinforce the beliefs of majority rule government.” Education Minister
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