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November 30, 2022

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National Achievement Survey: Punjab schools outshine Delhi, opposition surrounds Aam Aadmi Party

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Former Chief Minister and Punjab Lok Congress President Captain Amarinder Singh mocked the AAP government’s claims of introducing the Delhi model of education in Punjab. The former chief minister also took a dig at the Congress.

In the National Achievement Survey-2021, students of Punjab have outperformed Delhi in school education. After this, the opposition parties have attacked the Mann government for implementing the Delhi education model in Punjab. Opposition leaders have demanded Punjab Chief Minister Bhagwant Mann to congratulate the students for this achievement in the field of education.

SAD spokesperson Dr. Daljit Singh Cheema has asked Punjab Chief Minister Bhagwant Mann to congratulate the students of government schools in the state and apologize for defaming them. Cheema said school children from Punjab performed better than their Delhi counterparts in the survey, which assessed the quality of education and overall. School children from Punjab from class III to X have fared better than their Delhi counterparts. The students of Punjab stood first in Mathematics, second in Social Science and third in English.

Amarinder mocks AAP government’s claims
Former Chief Minister and Punjab Lok Congress President Captain Amarinder Singh mocked the AAP government’s claims of introducing the Delhi model of education in Punjab. The former chief minister also took a dig at the Congress. Referring to the survey, Captain Amarinder Singh said that Punjab is not only far ahead of Delhi, but is much better than the national average in all parameters. He said that even after this, the AAP government is insisting on implementing the Delhi model of education in Punjab. Congress leader Pratap Singh Bajwa said that it is time to take the Punjab model of education to Delhi and not Punjab.

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