School Reopening: Schools Will Open for All Classes in Delhi From November 1, Know All the Important Guidelines Here

School Reopening: Deputy Chief Minister and Education Minister Sisodia announced that schools will be started for all classes in Delhi from November 1. Along with this, Chhath Mahaparv will also be publicly celebrated with the strictness of Corona guidelines.

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Schools of all classes in the country’s capital Delhi will be started on November 1. A decision on this has been taken in a meeting of the Delhi Disaster Management Authority (DDMA) on Wednesday. The government has taken this decision on the weakening of the second wave of corona epidemic in the capital. Delhi Deputy Chief Minister and Education Minister Manish Sisodia gave this information. Along with the opening of schools, the Delhi government has also given its approval to celebrate Chhath Mahaparv.  This meeting of DDMA was attended by Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal, Lieutenant Governor of Delhi, and education experts. Announcing this, Sisodia said that schools will be started for all classes in Delhi from November 1. Along with this, Chhath Mahaparv will also be publicly celebrated with the strictness of Corona guidelines.

Important information related to the opening of schools in Delhi

1. All private and government schools in the capital will be opened from November 1. 
2. The attendance capacity of the students will not be increased by more than 50%.
3. Parents will not be compelled to send their children to school.
4. Vaccination of all school staff is mandatory, schools should ensure this.
5. Both online and offline classes will be conducted simultaneously.  

Schools from 9th to 12th standard have been started in the capital Delhi. Examinations are also being conducted in these schools with all the corona guidelines and precautions. It is forbidden to compulsorily invite students to schools, for this written consent of the parents is necessary.   

On Tuesday, 41 cases of corona infection have been registered in Delhi, while no death has been reported. For the last few days, there has been no news of the death of infected patients. So far 4 people have died in the month of October, while in September 5 people died. 

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