Delhi Government signs MoU with International Baccalaureate (IB) Board

Delhi Government comes into agreement with IB board education to facilitate high level of education for government aided schools. Before signing the MOU, Delhi government has made improvements in public schools, which is even followed by other states as well. The AAP government’s main aim was to develop education in public schools and started to make improvements from the start of 2015. Every year the budget towards higher education increases for not only learning but also for the infrastructure, learning programmes etc. Many reforms were made for the betterment of students and teachers. 

The new agreement is to introduce an IB program and every parent expects the best for their children and wants to admit them into an IB- affiliated school.

Kejriwal says in his online briefing that ,” With the signing of the MOU, government school students will get access to international level of educational facilities. In India there are 2 types of education systems — one for the rich and one for the poor. While the rich send their children to private schools, the poor send their wards to government schools”.

Initially the experts will guide the students to compete with international syllabus and pave, which will reduce the poverty in India. As of the current situation, 30 schools will be introduced with the International Baccalaureate (IB) Board. It is further bifurcated as 20 schools will be with specialized excellence and 10 will be government Sarvodaya Vidyalayas. 

IB program will provide students to get education internationally and scholarships opportunities. It deals with critical thinking and problem solving which will make students future ready. Getting recognized as a student of IB board increases the potentiality in students. 

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