25 MCD schools to be upgraded as a pilot project: Delhi LG

In order to upgrade educational, technological and physical infrastructure in MCD schools, 25 schools have been identified as a pilot project, authorities said.

Lieutenant Governor VK Saxena visited Nagar Nigam Partibha Vidyalaya in H-Block, Ashok Vihar on Saturday with senior officials from the Municipal Corporation of Delhi (MCD), Raj Niwas said in a statement.

The visit was intended to advance his “agenda to take the MCD and its institutions to new heights in mission mode”, he said.

Addressing the teachers and staff present at the occasion, the LG promised to bring the schools run by the MCD to the “highest standards by providing them with the best educational, technological and physical infrastructure”.

“For this purpose, as a pilot project, 25 schools have already been identified and work will be started there at the earliest. The same will be gradually undertaken in all the other remaining schools run by the MCD,” Saxena said in the communicated.

The LG assured teachers that it will do everything possible to provide them with a conducive working atmosphere and urged them to do their best by constantly staying up to date and proactive, so that their students are mentally and academically shaped to the same level. than the best of them. peers.

Saxena, who also toured the school premises, while appreciating the general upkeep and maintenance, requested that cleanliness be maintained on a daily basis, that broken furniture in the classrooms be replaced and that the library be updated with the latest relevant resources, the statement said.

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