Aam Admi Party (AAP) will be working to improvise the infrastructure of Delhi schools, as promised during the election campaign. Out of 957 schools of Delhi, that are at dire need of attention, only 54 have been selected for infrastructural improvements. The allocation of funds for education witnessed 106% increase in the last budget. This ensures that there is no dearth in funds. Also Read - 5 MUST Things Students Should Consider Who Are Planning to go Abroad Amidst Coronavirus Pandemic

The construction of 25 new schools and 8,000 additional rooms at existing schools has been started by the government. It is expected to be completed by the year ending 2016-17. Still, the numbers lag behind as targeted by the government of Delhi. According to Atishi Marlena, special adviser to the state education minister, improving the infrastructure was necessary however it is not adequate. Hereafter, the impetus would be laid on improving the quality of education. This could be achieved by capacity-building of teachers, providing support, competency-based learning, and improving learning levels in children. Also Read - Top 5 Courses Commerce Students Can Opt For After Class 12th | Career Options

During the initial year of Aam Admi Party, the focus is being laid on transforming the primary education in Delhi, however, in future; the challenge will be secondary education. The government successfully instigated the Delhi Education Guarantee Scheme. Under this scheme, loans guaranteed by the state are provided to students in order to carry on higher education. Viable ways will be adopted to introduce double shifts in the colleges of Delhi University in order to deal with the growing number of students. Also Read - CBSE Class 12 Board Exams CANCELLED: How Students Will be Graded? Can Students Reappear For Exams? Explained