Non-recognised schools will not be shut: Sisodia

  • | Saturday | 19th October, 2019

New Delhi, October 18Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia on Friday assured parents of students studying in non-recognised private schools in Delhi that such institutions will not face closure. “I met representatives of non-recognised private schools. The Delhi Government believes in opening schools and not closing them,” Sisodia, who is also the Education Minister of Delhi, tweeted after meeting representatives from these schools on Friday morning. All these schools come under the BJP-ruled municipal corporation. The government will not allow the municipal corporation to close any school.”As per data from Delhi State Public Schools Management Association, there are around 3,000 unrecognised schools in Delhi, admitting nearly 10 lakh students a year.

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