10 seats will be allotted to each MP in the Central Government Kendriya Vidyalaya schools. The MPs in those 10 seats can nominate anyone from their constituency to add students to those seats.
In this situation, the 10 seats reserved for MPs are not enough. Manish Tiwari raised the issue in the Lok Sabha yesterday.
Following this, Lok Sabha Speaker Om Birla and Union Education Minister Dharmendra Pradhan said, “Sit down with all party leaders and discuss this issue.
Decide whether there is a need for allocation for MPs in these schools or whether it can end this academic year. Why do we need a discriminatory provision? The decision will be taken after a consultative meeting with all parties. ”
Education Minister Dharmendra Pradhan responded by saying, “If the Lok Sabha decides that all members of the Lok Sabha can abolish the quota system for MPs, the central government will act accordingly. We are the representatives of the people. Some have no representatives.
The enrollment quota for MPs in schools was initially raised from 2 to 5. It has now risen to 10. Accordingly, 10 seats will be allotted to one MP for admission in Central Government Schools every academic year. ”
Hearing this, Trinamool Congress MP “It’s a very difficult decision to give up,” said Mahua Moitra. To this, Union Minister Dharmendra Pradhan said, “Officers in all Indian service will be studying in the Central Government schools there when they face frequent transfers.
Union public schools are not enough. Schools can be set up if the respective state governments offer to provide the appropriate space, ”he said