Mumbai - The BJP Shiv Sena combine that has ruled the civic corporation in Mumbai for the last five years, had made a rash of promises during the 2012 elections. The manifesto the parties had placed in front of the voters had a slew of developmental works that were pledged. Were the promises fulfilled? Mumbai Live takes stock.
The city's education department budget is increased every year. Yet, 15 per cent of students continue to drop out of municipal schools. The SS BJP combine has been unable to stick to its promise of increasing the number of Marathi medium municipal schools in the city
Work on at snail's pace on the project to repair civic school buildings in the city
Virtual classrooms were promised, but the facility has not been extended to all civic schools. Tabs were distributed to students, but the project came under fire for all the wrong reasons
Periodic evaluation of civic schools for upgradation was promised. The standard of civic schools is however going down each year