first_imgThe minister pointed out that one-third of people in Delhi stay in slums while over half of the citys population resides in unauthorised colonies but the development plans are always exclusive and not inclusive.Asserting that there is no clarity in peoples thoughts about development, Sisodia said, “No economics theory says development means widened roads, big buildings and flyovers. Unless the youth is assured that there are adequate and affordable arrangements for education there can only be development of the city but not individuals”.”I have not be an educationist but I know that changes in design of education system can only bring inclusiveness. Whenever it comes to government schools, people ask if mid-day meals are being served on time, uniforms being distributed or washrooms are in proper shape or not.”But no body focuses on why the standard of learning is low in schools which have all the facilities. I went to a government school recently in Dwarka and I was shocked to see that Class X students were not able to read and write even small and common words properly,” he said.He also said that human development and human resource development are different paradigms. PTI GJS DV 04281451 DVlast_img

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