Delhi education minister Manish Sisodia, showing concern over the poor state of education in the country said that the present education system is full of flaws as it does not generate any confidence in students. He criticised the ministry of human resource development saying that education is still not a priority.
Speaking at the national launch of UNESCO’s 11th Education for All Global Monitoring Report, the minister said he will look into the recommendations of commissions like Kothari Commission and proposals such as ‘common school system’. The minister pointed out that positive changes can happen in the country only if classrooms are changed, money is invested and education becomes a priority. Raising concern about the effectiveness of Right to Education, the minister also said that everything under the Right to Education is not for good and matters need to be debated.
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