New Delhi, 27/10:Taking a big decision, the Delhi government has decided to open private and government schools in the capital with certain conditions for all classes from November 1. At the same time, Delhi Education Minister Manish Sisodia said that during this time no school can force children to attend the class. Schools will ensure that studies run offline and online.
Delhi Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia said that from November 1, all schools in Delhi will be allowed to open. Experts suggested that no parent should be forced to send their children to school. All schools will have to ensure that classes have a maximum attendance of 50% capacity.
Sisodia said that the decision on opening the school was taken in the DDMA meeting. Along with this, permission has also been given to organize Chhath Puja. It was also said that 100% of the school staff would have to be vaccinated. According to the information, 98% of the staff have taken at least 1 dose.
Sisodia said that this time Chhath Puja will be held in Delhi. Many people have feelings about this. It was decided in the cabinet meeting of Delhi government that Chhath Puja will be held in Delhi, but the rules will be strict for this. It will be organized at certain designated places only.
Let us inform that DDMA had given permission to all government and private schools from class 9 to 12 in Delhi to start classes from September 1. Whereas no decision was taken regarding the schools from nursery to class 8. However, parental consent is required for students to participate in the class. At the same time, online classes have also been continued.