The deteriorating condition of the government schools is known to all and thus the dependence on  the private players in this sector. Speaking at the Asian Summit on Education and Skills (ASES), Delhi Education Minister Manish Sisodia had no qualms in admitting that lack of quality education in the government schools has given rise to many private players in this field. He stressed upon the importance of teacher training to impart quality education that can be instrumental in gaining public faith in government run institutions.

Aditya Gupta, CEO, India Didactics Association (IDA) said that programmes like these help in creating awareness about changing mindsets while Mr Sisodia opined that this promotes peer learning amongst countries and educational institutions and once again talked about making education fun and less burdensome by reducing the curriculum by 25% and introduction of “happy curriculum’ at the Delhi Government schools.