Delhi School Reopening: The Delhi government has decided to open schools for all classes from November 1. At the same time, the government has also issued a number of guidelines that have been made mandatory to comply.
Delhi School Reopening: There is a significant decline in cases of corona infection in all the states of the country. The Delhi government has decided to open schools for all classes in the national capital From November 1, 2021.
Announcing on Wednesday (October 27th), Delhi Deputy Chief Minister and Education Minister Manish Sisodia said that all private and government schools in Delhi will be reopened for all classes from November 1. However, in the meantime schools must follow the Covid-19 protocol. At the same time, the Delhi government has also issued some guidelines for opening schools.
Delhi government issues guidelines for opening of schools
No parents will be forced to send their child to school.
The study will be in hybrid mode, i.e. students will be able to take classes in both physical and online modes
More than 50 per cent of children will not be called at once.
The school will ensure that all its staff is vaccinated. 98% have already got the first dose.
It is mandatory to follow covid guidelines in schools
Face-masks and social distensing have to be followed.
Schools from 9th to 12th were already opened
Earlier, schools of class 9th to 12th were opened in Delhi. Schools are being run by following covid guidelines. In the meantime, it has been made mandatory for students to wear face masks and follow social distensing. However no student has been forced to come to school.