New Delhi: Delhi Lieutenant Governor V Okay Saxena on Saturday inaugurated 41 science laboratories geared up with superior infrastructure and sources at 21 colleges renovated by the NDMC, based on an official assertion.
The inauguration ceremony was organised at New Delhi Municipal Council (NDMC)-run college Atal Adarsh Bengali Balika Vidyalaya at Gole Market right here.
After inaugurating the science laboratories, Saxena congratulated 6,700 college students finding out at 21 NDMC colleges.
“It’s an period of science. With out science and scientific mood, no step ahead for socio-economic and human development might be envisaged,” he stated.
The NDMC assertion stated the LG hoped these labs will change into “crucibles of experimentation and innovation” and evolve as milestones within the area of training not solely within the NDMC space however all through Delhi.
Reiterating Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s emphasis on educating a woman baby, the LG stated training of a woman baby results in educating the entire household and in flip educating your complete society.
Saxena additionally careworn the significance of extracurricular actions for the general growth of each scholar.
Chief Secretary Naresh Kumar, NDMC Chairman Bhupinder Singh Bhalla, Vice Chairman Satish Upadhyay, Member of Council Kuljeet Singh Chahal and different senior officers have been current on the event.
On the event, Chief Secretary Kumar recommended steps to additional enhance the standard of training in NDMC colleges. He known as for the distribution of tablets to each scholar to make them digitally empowered.
Bhalla stated that an evaluation is being carried out by NDMC to guage the requirement of each college on the parameters of infrastructure, manpower, and high quality of training.
“After receiving the evaluation reviews, NDMC will fulfil the necessities of colleges for qualitative training and higher way forward for its college students,” Bhalla stated.
The LG additionally felicitated meritorious college students with certificates and a prize of Rs 10,000 to every of those that scored the perfect outcome of their board examinations.