All Delhi Government Schools to become Co-Ed
All Government Schools of Delhi will now be converted into Co-Ed schools. This means, existing “all girls” and “all boys” schools will become Co-Ed. Directorate of Education (DoE) informed the officials to come up with three plans to implement the conversion by 2020. The conversion process is most likely to begin from the next academic session. “It has been observed that the co-ed schools are not only performing better but also over-all development is found to be better there. The major reason behind the Delhi government constructing more and more classrooms in it schools is to convert them into single-shift and co-ed schools,” said, Binay Bushan, Director, DoE. According to some facts and figures, students in co-ed schools performed better than non-co-ed schools. In 2018-19 (CBSE Class 10 examinations), the pass percentage of government co-ed school was 88.1%. Whereas passing percentage in “all girls” and “all boys” schools were 82% and 74.8%.