While visiting the still under construction Delhi Teachers university, the Deputy Chief Minister informed that teachers will be trained using global best practices and that the campus will be able to host 5000 students.
Delhi Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia, who also serves as the Education Minister, visited the campus of the Delhi Teachers University in Bakkarwala village on Saturday. The campus is still under construction and it is expected that 5,000 students will be able to apply this year. A statement by the government said that this university will help develop a new generation of teachers by offering teacher education programmes like BA-BEd and BSc-BEd. What a great start to the new year! Visited the under construction campus/ site of the upcoming Delhi Teachers’ University at Bakkarwala village.I wish this university becomes a landmark in teacher training and produces the best teachers in the world pic.twitter.com/2dzDXMJv0S
The statement went on to inform that students of the Teachers University will remain attached to the Delhi government schools for hands-on experience and strong stress will be laid on research.