New Delhi: The Lieutenant Governor VK Saxena has approved the request of the Delhi government to send primary school teachers of government schools abroad for training. Officials issued this statement on Saturday. The lieutenant governor’s office is at loggerheads with the Delhi government led by the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) on several issues, including plans to send school teachers abroad for training.
Saxena, in his confirmation, said that the government led by Arvind Kejriwal refused to bring on record the evaluation of the effects of foreign education programs conducted in the past. One of the Lt Governor’s office said, “Lt Governor VK Saxena has approved the Ministry of Education’s request to provide education to primary schools (schools) in Finland.
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In advancing the process of providing equal benefits to all, the Lieutenant Governor has increased the number of primary school teachers who go to Finland for training from 52 to 87, so that primary school teachers are equal (school) in all 29 zones of the Ministry of Education. the estimated value can be determined.
“From the 29 authorities, three in-charges each (total 87) will be selected for the training program, but the government ordered the number (total) to 52,” said the official. ( agency )