Arvind Kejriwal, Chief Minister of Delhi

If we learn from each other in this way, the country will move forward, said Arvind Kejriwal. (Case)

New Delhi:

Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal on Thursday welcomed Bihar Education Minister Chandrashekhar’s interest in studying his government’s “successful” school education system in the city and said that the country would progress if governments learned from each other.

The Delhi government will be happy to show its schools to Bihar’s education minister and his team when they visit the nation’s capital, he said.

Noting that the state’s school education system needs a complete overhaul, Bihar’s new education minister Chandrashekhar said on Wednesday that his government would send a team to Delhi and other states to study their education models.

“People are praising the education model of Arvind Kejriwal’s government in the nation’s capital. We will send our officials to study the success of the school education system in some states including Delhi,” said Chandrashekhar, an RJD MP .

Responding to a report on Bihar’s education minister showing interest in sending his team to study Delhi’s school education model, Mr Kejriwal said in a tweet in Hindi: “Chandrashekhar ji and his team are welcome in the public schools of Delhi. We will be happy to show them the public schools of Delhi.” “If we learn from each other like this, the country will move forward. Together, we must provide the best education to all children in the country, to make India the number 1 country in the world,” he added. .

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