New Delhi, 23/12 (AO Bureau): Due to the Coronavirus epidemic, schools, colleges, and other educational institutions have not been opened in the country for nine months. Schools from 9th to 12th have been opened in many states with various conditions. Meanwhile, the government is not considering opening a school in the national capital Delhi. According to some media reports from the government, the school is unlikely to open before July in Delhi. That is why it is being said that admission to nursery in the academic session of 2021-22 can be canceled.
Delhi Education Minister Manish Sisodia has said in an interview that the possibility of opening schools in Delhi before July is very less. The education minister has also said that even if we start giving vaccine to people by February, the decision to open a school cannot be taken immediately. Manish Sisodia said that we still have to work in this direction on how to conduct examinations without risking teachers and children.
It is being said that the Delhi government will process the admission in two batches next year. Manish Sisodia has told that options like canceling nursery admission and opening schools not before July are being considered and these proposals will soon be sent to private schools.
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