Couldn’t speak English, had inferiority complex when I went to IIT: Kejriwal

Couldn’t speak English, had inferiority complex when I went to IIT: Kejriwal

Shivani, a student of a government school, stood before Prime Minister Arvind Kejriwal and Manish Sisodia MP CM Tuesday and asked him, “After a student gives his class and that 10 exams have three months of free time, why The government can not provide English classes and vocational guidance? ” If this time is used, students can choose the right materials. “Learning English spoken help students in public schools be safer,” said Shivani, who Completed class 12 Sarvodaya Kanya Vidyalaya, Kakrola.
Accordingly, Kejriwal shared a story of his life: “I studied in Hisar and could not speak English when I went to IIT-Kharagpur, everyone would speak English who had developed an inferiority complex ..” asked Kejriwal-Sisodia, The Minister of Education, to start teaching courses and learning English learners. It was one of the suggestions that the government has received 372 students, which cleared the main JEE this year. The government organised the interaction to congratulate the students. The students asked the government to extend head of the Ministry scholarship program of students interested in government schools in the year 1100. Sisodia assured students that the scheme would be simplified.
Many of them also shared the difficulty of following their engineering dreams. Kejriwal said he will work to ensure that the system of guaranteeing higher education reaches Delhi students studying in other parts of the country. This scheme gives a loan for students who can pay after graduation. Kejriwal also had a word of advice. “Do not become bookworms, engage in cultural activities Do not worry about brands, you will eventually get a job … After getting a job, do not forget the countries.

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