Also she sought inclusion of English language in the curriculum of Madarasas. On speaking at a meeting in which National Minoroties Commission Chairperson Wajahat Habbullah reviewed the quality of education being provided to students from minority communities.
She said "The Government is initiating the process of providing Computers in registered Madarasas in order to ensure that Muslim students benefit from information technology". On listing initiatives to improve educational facilities for minority students, she said Delhi Government has decided to open new schools which will offer Urdu as one of the subjects.
The meeting was attended by Education Minister Arvinder Singh Lovely, Delhi Minorities Commission Chairman Safdar H Khan and top officials of Education and Sc, ST Welfare department. Habibullah to improve educational infrastructure for students from minority communities.
Responding to the question, Chief Minister said 262 Urdu teachers have been appointed in various schools recently as a part of efforts to promote the language. The Government has also relaxed condition for clearing the Central Teacher Eligibility Test (CTET) test for appointment of Urdu guest teachers so that adequate number of teachers to teach the language can be appointed.
"The Directorate of Education is also in the process of appointing 100 more Urdu teachers. Hence the Government has decided to appoint one teacher in each school provided there is at least six students desirous to learn the language" Shiela Added.