Delhi Schools will reopen from Movember, said deputy CM Manish Sisodia
Delhi Schools Reopening: There is an important alert for students and their parents waiting for schools to open from nursery to class VIII in Delhi. Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia (Manish Sisodia) has announced that schools and colleges will be opened for all classes from 1st November next month. However, online classes will continue to operate as before during this period. At the same time, no student will be forced to come to school. Only students who come with the consent of parents will be admitted to the school. With this, classes will be conducted with only 50% capacity. At the same time, strict guidelines required to prevent covid-19 infection will be followed.
The deputy CM also tweeted in this regard. Accordingly, all schools and educational institutions in Delhi will be allowed to open for all classes from November 1. However, schools will also continue online classes for students who are not willing to attend offline classes. Though schools have been opened since September 1 for classes 9th to 12th, students from nursery to class VIII were still barred from schooling, but now offline classes have been allowed to be conducted for these students in the state.