Delhi Schools Reopening: Schools of these students can open after Diwali, DDMA gave this information


  • Schools from class 6 to 8 can open in Delhi after Diwali.
  • Senior students prefer to come to school, 15% increase in number.

Delhi Schools Reopening news: Schools in Delhi for classes 6 to 8 may reopen after Diwali. This suggestion has been made by DDMA in view of the decreasing corona virus (COVID 19) infected cases in the capital Delhi. According to the expert panel of Delhi Disaster Management Authority (DDMA), there has been a 15 percent increase in the number of senior students coming to school as compared to earlier.

Due to Kovid-19, students from class 9th to 12th were called to school for offline classes. DDMA found that doing so did not lead to any increase in infected cases. Whereas the number of students has increased by 15%. Therefore, now schools are being considered for reopening with 50 per cent capacity. The DDMA panel was constituted to prepare Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs) and detailed plans for offline classes.

Delhi Lieutenant Governor Anil Baijal recently said that the government will take a decision on reopening of classes 6 to 9, after the festivals. Although, no official information has been given on the reopening of schools so far, but if reports are to be believed, the authorities may announce the dates for the school opening soon.

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Let us inform that, Delhi schools for classes 6 to 8 are closed since March 2020, which are now being prepared to reopen. However, after the opening of classes 9 to 12 from September 1, some people raised the demand for resumption of offline classes for class 6 to 8 students as well.

These rules can be adopted to reopen Delhi’s schools
Students of classes 6 to 8 will be called to school with 50% capacity.
– Attendance of the students will not be mandatory.
No student will be forced to come to school by the school or parent.
– Students will also need the consent of parents or guardian before coming to school.
It will be necessary to take care of Kovid-19 protocols like face mask, hand sanitizer and social distance in the school campus.
– No student should share his personal things with each other.
Teachers should have been vaccinated.

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