Union Min. & Former Delhi BJP President Vijay Goel slams Kejriwal for Delhi’s poor show in CBSE 10th Board Exams

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Union Minister and Former Delhi BJP President Vijay Goel today slammed Delhi CM Kejriwal for his inaction and lack of proper planning in improving Delhi’s education system as a result of which Delhi students have performed poorly as compared to other states. According to latest data, Delhi Region is among the worst performances with only 78.6 % pass percentage.

Goel said that the performance report card for CBSE Class 10th board examinations is out and it is not too re-assuring. Goel stated, “Of the 10 regions, Delhi Region is amongst the worst performers with only about 78.60% students recording a pass grade. Other regions have also performed much better than Delhi Region. Chennai has recorded a pass percentage of 97.37% whereas Ajmer has recorded a pass percentage 91.86%. Foreign Schools have recorded a pass percentage of 98.32%.”

Goel added that this is due to Kejriwal led Delhi government’s poor planning and lack of vision which is hampering the future of students. Goel also slammed Kejriwal and his team for engaging in publicity and drum-beating rather than on-ground action. Earlier this month, Goel had exposed how one particular Delhi government school in Delhi’s Mustafabad had no space for students but 2000 students are compelled to study under the same roof with almost zero amenities.

Goel emphasized that Kejriwal and Manish Sisodia highlight one swimming pool or one so-called state of the art school building whereas the on-ground reality is quite grim as there is no proper roadmap to revamp the Capital’s education system. “They must act before it’s way too late”, Goel added.

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