The Quality Council of India will be engaging as system integrator to assist in the project management of comprehensive school evaluation exercise of all schools (municipal, government, aided and unaided) in Delhi, on nomination basis.
The Delhi cabinet gave approval for allowing the Quality Council of India or GCI to be engaged as system integrator by the to assist in the project management of comprehensive school evaluation exercise of all schools -- government, municipal, aided and unaided -- in Delhi, on nomination basis.
After a Right to Education(RTE) State Advisory Council meeting, the Delhi Commission for Protection of Child Rights (DCPCR) was given the role of conducting comprehensive evaluation of school on academic levels of students, meeting of RTE norms with respect to infrastructure, teachers and security measures for students.
Thereafter, the DCPCR built a Working Group comprising representatives from Directorate of Education, Government of NCT of Delhi (GNCTD), East Delhi Municipal Corporation, North Delhi Municipal Corporation, South Delhi Municipal Corporation, New Delhi Municipal Council, SCERT/DIETs, Delhi Cantonment Board, private schools and civil society organizations.
After three months, they submitted a detailed report that outlined the evaluation framework, process and use-cases. While nearly 100 principals and teachers along with civil society organizations (who play a critical role in Delhi’s education system) were also consulted to incorporate their feedbacks.
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