The Delhi government has reduced the budget for conducting examinations in government schools. This information has been given by issuing a notification on behalf of Delhi Directorate of Education. According to the issued notice, instead of Rs 125 per student, the budget has been changed to Rs 90 per student. All of the Directorate of Education government schools The heads of the state have been informed about this. At the same time, the principals of the schools claim that it will be difficult for them to manage in the limited budget.
In the notice issued by the Directorate of Education, Delhi, it has been said that due to the reduction in the budget, the expenditure is limited to Rs 90 per student instead of Rs 125. It has also been said that the demand for additional budget will not be accepted.
Delhi Teachers Association said it is difficult to manage
Sant Ram, district secretary of the Government School Teachers Association, said that since every day-to-day expenditure is increasing, further cuts in the education budget by the government will be another problem for the schools. Talking about the reduction in the education budget by the Delhi government, Ram said that other things have also been cut in the fund.
How much was the Education Budget in Delhi
Let us inform that, Delhi's Deputy Chief Minister and Finance Minister Manish Sisodia presented the e-Budget in the House. Presenting the budget, Education Minister Manish Sisodia had said that 5651 schools are in Delhi. The Delhi government had presented a budget of more than 16 thousand crores for the education sector.
The Delhi government remains in the discussion about the education system every day. According to media reports, the budget allocation for the financial year 2021-22 was Rs 69,000 crore. The budget allocation for 2022-23 is 9.86 percent higher than the previous year.
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