The National Institute of Open Schooling had on Wednesday in a statement said that the first virtual school in the country was launched last year by the Centre.
The National Progressive Schools’ Conference (NPSC), a body of over 120 private schools in Delhi, said that virtual schools will “hand over school education to coaching centres on a platter”.
Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal launched the 'country's first virtual school', Delhi Model Virtual School (DMVS), and said students from across India will be eligible for admission.
A student will have a combination of online live classes, tutorials, and co-curricular activities in a day. In addition, mentoring sessions and counselling will also be available for them.
Gujarat BJP team finds mohalla clinics, Delhi government school in 'poor' condition; Sisodia disagrees
The 17-member delegation, including former ministers and legislators, visited two mohalla clinics at Soniya Vihar and Chauhan Patti, both of which were not operational.
The AAP has been campaigning in Gujarat using the development of Delhi as a model.
Singapore government invites Arvind Kejriwal to present 'Delhi Model' at World Cities Summit in August
Arvind Kejriwal and Simon Wong discussed avenues for collaboration and cooperation in the sectors of water, waste management and public housing.
In the 2017 election, the saffron party had faced a strong challenger in Congress when the latter walked away with 30 seats.
The assembly elections are slated to be held in the state in November this year.