Schools to reopen in Delhi from September 1

New Delhi, 27/8: In the capital Delhi, the Arvind Kejriwal government has announced the opening of schools from 9th to 12th from September 1 and from 6th to 8th from September 8. The decision to open schools in Delhi has been taken in view of the opinion of the expert committee formed. The Expert Committee has suggested that now schools should be opened gradually in the capital. First of all, classes for older children should be opened, then middle and then primary classes should be opened.

The committee has suggested that from September 1 children of classes 9 to 12 will start coming and then after eight days from September 8, children of classes VI to VIII will also be allowed to come to school. At present, in Delhi schools, students of class 10th to 12th are allowed to go to school for activities related to admission, practical work.

These rules will have to be followed when the school opens

It will be mandatory to follow social distancing in whatever schools, colleges, institutes will be opened.

No child will be forced to call the school. It is mandatory for the children to take written permission from the parents for going to school.

Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia said that schools from nursery to class 12 have been opened in five states. Schools of class VI to 12 have been opened in a dozen states.

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