Delhi Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia (Manish Sisodia) announced on Tuesday that the government plans to launch the first “virtual education model”.

This initiative is the result of online education after the COVID-19 pandemic last year.

Sisodia, who proposed the annual budget, said that the “unique experiment” will enable students from any part of the country and even the world to receive education.

“The Delhi government has decided to introduce a new type of school in Delhi, the virtual Delhi model school, which is a school without four walls or a building, but with children, teachers, study, examination and evaluation, and complete research .

“This in itself will be a unique experiment and may become the world’s first virtual school. The design of this school has already begun, and I will do everything I can to ensure that this school is ready and put into use before the next conference.”

The minister said that based on the principle of “anytime, anywhere, anytime, anytime, anytime,” the virtual school will help students benefiting from anywhere in the country to learn under the Delhi education model.

Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal called it a “dream project.”

He said: “We hope to create the world’s first virtual Delhi model school. This is a dream project and has been proposed in the budget. This is a classroom without walls.”

Sisodia further talked about the project and said that this epidemic has taught us to make the best use of the right technology in the midst of suffering, especially in the field of education.

“The launch of the virtual education model is the result of online education after the COVID-19 pandemic last year.

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“Our teachers can make online teaching a reality without prior training. We must carry forward…. We have witnessed the extent to which technology can be used for education,” he added.


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