School Reopen in Delhi News in Hindi: It has been decided to reopen schools in Delhi for classes from Nursery to Class VIII from November 1. In the meeting of DDMA, it has been decided to open junior classes after the festivals.
The Delhi Disaster Management Authority has decided to reopen Delhi schools for the remaining classes in a phased manner. Schools for the remaining classes from Nursery to Class VIII in the state will reopen from November 1. The knowledgeable said that the schools for the remaining classes from Nursery to Class VIII in the state will reopen from November 1 and the modalities for reopening will be decided in a phased manner by the authorities of the authority after Dussehra. Schools from class IX to XII have opened Currently, schools from class IX to XII in the state have reopened from September 1. The schools have been opened keeping in mind all the COVID-19 protocols such as the use of face masks, use of hand sanitizers, and maintaining social distancing. It is not mandatory to attend physical classes in the state.
Sources present in the meeting chaired by Lt Governor Anil Baijal said the DDMA described the COVID situation in the city as “good” but called for caution. He said that it was decided during the meeting that schools would be reopened for the remaining classes after Diwali. Along with this, Ramlila, Dussehra, and Durga Puja festivals have also been allowed with proper Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs) such as social distancing and wearing of masks in place. Delhi Police and district administration officials have been directed to strictly enforce COVID-appropriate behavior. They have also been directed to ensure that the gatherings during the festive season are in compliance with the prescribed SOPs, with no crowding, separate entry and exit points, proper social distancing for seating, and no activity ( Rentals, stalls) swings) that attract crowds.