New Delhi: Twenty 5 municipal colleges will likely be “upgraded” as a part of a pilot mission to provoke large-scale reforms within the civic body-run colleges in Delhi, the Lieutenant Governor’s workplace has mentioned.
Lieutenant governor VK Saxena on Saturday visited Nagar Nigam Pratibha Vidyalaya in H-Block, Ashok Vihar together with senior MCD officers and knowledgeable the lecturers that the civic physique goes to improve the academic and bodily infrastructure of the colleges.
Talking to the lecturers and employees, Saxena mentioned the colleges run by the MCD will likely be improved as much as the best requirements by offering one of the best instructing and technological and bodily infrastructure. “For this objective, as a pilot, 25 colleges have already been recognized and work will likely be began on the earliest. The identical will progressively be replicated in different colleges, he mentioned.
The LG inspected the premises and directed officers involved to make sure cleanliness, exchange damaged classroom furnishings and improve the library.
In the meantime, Saxena on Sunday visited the Backyard of 5 Senses at Mentioned-ul-Ajaib village in South Delhi to take inventory of the redevelopment work which is meant to be accomplished by October 2024. “LG instructed the officers to expedite the work and full them inside six months,” the LG workplace mentioned in an announcement.
The proposed redevelopment work contains offering easy accessibility to the backyard, creating public facilities, e-carts and artwork installations, panorama enchancment, photo voltaic powered electrical installations, new water harvesting system, modernized rubbish disposal, on-line ticketing and CCTV surveillance within the premises.
The LG additionally requested the officers to develop a devoted natural backyard for decorative flowers and a wide range of medicinal herbs.