Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal stated that his authorities will present all doable help to Maharashtra in implementing training reforms. He stated this a couple of hours after Maharashtra's Higher Education Minister Uday Samant met Delhi Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia on Friday. Kejriwal tweeted, "The Delhi government will provide all possible assistance to the Maharashtra government to implement education reforms in its state. The two states can learn so much from each other."
Education minister of Maharashtra met Manish Sisodia
At the identical time, after assembly the Deputy Chief Minister of Delhi, Uday Samant stated that Manish Sisodia shared with us about his efforts to deliver constructive modifications in his state training mannequin. <! –
The Education Minister of Maharashtra stated, "I came with great eagerness to learn more about the education model of Delhi. It is very successful and I want to adopt ideas from here and into the education system of my state." " He further said, "We must also take into consideration alliances between the 2 states and select good issues from one another's training mannequin".
At the identical time, Education Minister Manish Sisodia stated that the Maharashtra authorities has began some new packages within the area of training and he desires to study and undertake it from the training mannequin of Delhi.