Concentrate more deeply on the standard of school services at the state, district and sub-district level by providing customised solutions at the local level for student achievement.
Highlighting the aspirations of stakeholders, particularly parents, for greater openness and inclusion by offering clearer data to determine the level of learning.
Increase the capacity of teachers to manage this change by recognising that teachers are important to the development of better learning outcomes. The programme will encourage the individualised, needs-based education of students and will allow them to have a role in identifying instructional plans and making them meaningful to their teaching needs.
Invest more in strengthening India’s human funding conditions by enhancing basic education for children in classes 1 to 3 and educating children with technical, social and linguistic skills to fulfil future labour market needs.
Winter is almost here in northern India, and social media are still buzzing with photographs of crop residue burning in northern Indian states. Over the last few years, the national capital and surrounding areas have regularly experienced extreme levels of air pollution during the winter season, from November to February. The authorities appear well-positioned this year after coming under pressure from courts for failure to regulate the pollution rate. But that’s not enough, since the air quality is slowly declining, and it appears like the city is still on the way to a gas chamber again.
So why is air quality dropping in the winter? Why is the northern part of the world more influenced than the others? Here are the answers to all your questions about the connexion between winter and air pollution in India.
Why is air quality dropping in the winter months?
Polluted air is a part of life in Indian cities all year round.