New Delhi: Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal has made a big announcement regarding education by holding a press conference. Kejriwal launched the “country’s first virtual school” in Delhi for students unable to attend classes on the school premises. During this, Kejriwal said that admission in ‘Delhi Model Virtual School’ will start, students from across the country can apply. Kejriwal said that in the ‘virtual school’, students will also be given training for competitive examinations. This will prove to be a milestone in the field of education.
Kejriwal said in the press conference, “The admission process has started for students across India and it will include preparation for NEET, CUET and JEE examinations as well as other skill-based training. The Chief Minister said that the country’s first ‘virtual school’ would prove to be a milestone in the field of education. He said, “There are many children who cannot go to school due to school being away or for other reasons.
Many parents do not educate their daughters because they do not want to send them out. We are starting this virtual school to ensure that such children are educated. This school is inspired by the online classes which became essential due to Covid-19. Kejriwal said the classes would be online and the recorded lectures would also be shared online.