Ahead of the assembly elections in Punjab, a political battle has erupted over education. AAP Convenor Arvind Kejriwal wants to implement Delhi's education model in Punjab. For which he also gave 8 guarantees to the teachers in Amritsar. Regarding this, now the Education Minister of Punjab has opened a front against Delhi CM Arvind Kejriwal. Pargat Singh said that Punjab is first and Delhi is at number 6 in school education. Kejriwal doesn't worry about Punjab. There is already a revolution going on in the field of education.
Punjabis have full faith in our government school system. In the last 4 years, the number of students in the primary classes of government schools in Punjab has increased from 1.93 lakhs to 3.3 lakhs. Pargat said that Kejriwal need not worry about the transfer policy of the teachers of Punjab. This is the best and transparent policy in India. which is completely online. Teachers have the freedom to choose the nearest station to their home and this is done only once a year.
Arvind Kejriwal, who reached Amritsar on the Punjab tour, had given 8 guarantees to the teachers. In which to change the education system for the teachers of Punjab, to ensure that the teachers working on contract, change the transfer policy, fill all the posts, get training from abroad, timely promotion, no non-teaching work from the teachers with a cashless medical facility. take is included. After which this reply of the Education Minister of Punjab has come.