Manish Sisodia, the deputy chief minister of Delhi, emphasises the necessity of fostering children's confidence.

Delhi Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia stressed the importance of instilling confidence in children . He said that a lack of faith in children shows us .

On Saturday, Delhi Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia stressed the importance of instilling confidence in children.Careers360.com Photo credit: Careers360.com New Delhi: On Saturday, Delhi Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia stressed the importance of instilling confidence in children, saying we should have faith in their abilities to succeed and assist them in fulfilling all their aspirations.Sisodia was the keynote speaker at the launch of the second issue of the Children First Journal by the Delhi Commission for Protection of Child Rights (DCPCR).We have no faith in our children's ability to succeed as a result of our education system's biggest flaw.

He said that a lack of faith in them shows us.Want to gain work experience?Here's a rundown of Work-From-Home Internship Opportunities.Read More 4 min read Feb 28, 2022 Careers in Social Sciences View More 02 Apr22 05:00 PM to 02 Apr22 06:00 PM IST Sisodia, who also controls the educational portfolio in the capital, said that we discourage our children by encouraging them to dream within their limits.

Every girl, on the other hand, has the ability to achieve her dream.We've undermined her confidence, he said, and we need to instill it in her.Sisodia made the reference to Droupadi Murmu, India's 15th president, becoming the first tribal head of state and the second woman to hold the country's highest constitutional post.I dream of an India where every child has the confidence to achieve what they want in life, he said, adding that the Indian education system should be such that people from other countries enroll their children here.

Chief guest at the conference, Supreme Court Justice BV Nagarathna, said it is crucial that children have effective access to justice.India is one of the world's youngest countries, with 41% of our total population consisting of people under the age of 18.Millions of children interact with the criminal system around the country, she said.Given such inevitable interactions, it is vital to have safe access to justice.