Gujarat school-level education has shown some interesting trends. Over the past seven years, more than 3.27 thousand schoolchildren have transferred to public primary schools from private institutions. Amid the Aam Admi Party (AAP), which casts determination on Gujarat’s education model, and Delhi Education Minister Manish Sisodia visits Gujarat schools in the constituency of Jita Wagani’s education minister and promises a “great education system like Delhi”, the state government published figures showing major shifts from itself. – schools are financed into public schools.
The Gujarat government also claims that public schools have provided modern educational institutions and other infrastructure facilities integrated with technologies that force students to leave private schools in public schools.
The official release further stated that in the city of Ahmedabad over the past seven years, more than 40,000 students have moved from private to public schools. Moreover, at the 2021-2022 curriculum session, nearly 61,000 students were admitted to more than 32,000 public elementary schools across the state.
An IE report in August 2021 said that over the past seven years, the school board of Ahmedabad Municipal Corporation has been inundated with letters of recommendation from the BJP and Congress on admitting children from their constituencies to different classes of AMC schools. Ahmedabad recorded the highest number of students who moved from private schools to public primary schools in Gujarat in 2014-15
The state government further said in a release that public schools are provided with a kit for pre-education, a 3D education scheme, a science and math lab with a working model, a digital planetarium, a future classroom, a suspended ceiling, a multiplayer station, and an outdoor rubber mat. an indoor mat, board, sports kit and library for students admitted there.
Moreover, highly qualified teachers, increased infrastructure, and the benefits offered by the government are forcing parents to lean toward the state’s public schools, Ahmedabad Municipal School Council Administrative Officer LD said in a release. Desai.
For the next classes also, before the new admission, teachers visit each district, meet with parents and explain the benefits of admission to public schools.
Judge Mehta, chairman of the Ahmedabad municipal school council, believes that with better infrastructure, technological training, well-equipped sports grounds, high-tech classrooms, hygiene and qualified teachers, public schools compete fiercely with private schools.
Moreover, the queues at public schools even this year are proof of the goodwill of public schools, he explained. Over the past few years, Ahmedabad’s municipal schools have put more than 200 people on the waiting list, despite the addition of a second section in several schools.