Schools reopen for all classes in Delhi after 19 months due to Covid-19

A few schools in the public capital returned on Monday with 50% seating limit with respect to junior classes subsequent to staying shut for a considerable length of time due to the Covid pandemic.

A few tuition based schools, nonetheless, have decided to concede the resuming post Diwali.

Concealed understudies, warm examining, and volunteers directing staggered passage and exit for understudies was a typical sight at the schools which returned on Monday.

In the mean time, Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia visited the Rajkiya Sarvodaya Vidyalaya in East Delhi’s Vinod Nagar and interfaced with understudies.

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The Delhi Disaster Management Authority (DDMA) had last week reported that schools would return for all classes from November 1, despite the fact that educating and learning would proceed in mixed mode.

The DDMA had likewise said that schools would need to guarantee that there isn’t more than 50% participation in a class at one mark of time and no understudy is compelled to go to actual classes.

Following a checked improvement in the Covid circumstance in the public capital, the Delhi government had reported the returning of schools for Classes 9 to 12, universities and training organizations from September 1.

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Notwithstanding, this is the initial time after March 2020 that schools in Delhi are returning for Classes upto 8. PTI


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