Terming the AAP dispensation's decision to approve School Management Committee funds for improvement of government schools a "game changer", Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal on Wednesday claimed it would reduce red-tapeism.
"This will prove a game changer in improving schools. Now schools won't need funds and approvals from sectt. This will cut red tape n enable schools to take their own decisions (sic)," Kejriwal tweeted.
According to the government, the funds for the schools running in two shifts will be Rs 10 lakh (five lakh for each shift SMC).
Earlier, the amount to be given would depend on the number of students in the school.
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