Sisodia, who is also the education minister of Delhi, clarified that charges such as transport fee, annual fee or any other miscellaneous head cannot be levied during the lockdown, which will continue till May 3.
At least seven people, including a policeman, have died and scores of others sustained injuries following violent clashes between those against and in favour of the controversial Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA).
Many agree that the Kejriwal government did bring education into focus and infused energy into a moribund system that ran a thousand-odd schools in Delhi. But there is a flip side to the feel-good story.
As private schools come under a sharp focus following the brutal Ryan International murder, Delhi’s deputy CM and education minister Manish Sisodia talks on various measures for improving the quality of government schools and the lot of the teachers.