New Delhi. Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal on Monday launched a program in which students studying in Delhi government schools will be guided about career options by those who are successful in their respective fields. In the ‘Mentor of the country’ program, one to ten students of government schools can be taken under ‘protection’ in a way. Successful professionals will guide them. Mentors will guide these students over the phone for ten minutes each week. Under this initiative, people interested in the program will be able to take one to ten students studying in government schools in the city under their ‘protection’.
“If our students will get the right guidance, they will be able to progress in every walk of life,” Kejriwal said at the launch of the programme. We have started this program so that the additional guidance of teachers as well as mentors can set the future path for the students.” The Delhi government had announced in August that Bollywood actor Sonu Sood would be the brand ambassador of the program Will be
If our children get better guidance in school itself then they can win the world. The country’s mentor scheme has started in government schools of Delhi from today.
My appeal to all the youth, definitely connect with the children as a mentor, help them to lead towards a bright future. pic.twitter.com/pkJ3JQhtwe
— Arvind Kejriwal (@ArvindKejriwal) October 11, 2021