Keeping in mind the need of the hour to expand technical and higher education facilities for catering to the needs of lakhs of students, the Deputy Chief Minister of Delhi, Manish Sisodia came out with an innovative idea. In order to solve the infrastructure problem, he suggested institutions to start teaching students in schools, malls and rented buildings.
This announcement was made at the inauguration of a techno-business incubation centre at the Indira Gandhi Delhi Technical University for Women.
There are several gaps which needs to be filled in the education sector such as the infrastructure needs to be developed so as to accommodate more than 1.5 lakh students. For this institutions should start teaching students in schools, malls and rented buildings. He also assured that there will not be any procedural and financial hurdles in this regard. An ‘out of the box’ technique is needed to educate students.
The Delhi education minister while giving motivational tips to the students, also mentioned the need to think by at least 25 years ahead of our times due to the fast changing technological space.