The announcement came after the delhi disaster management authority (DDMA) authorized the Delhi government to reopen the school for all classes in the nation's capital.
Delhi MP CM manish sisodia on twitter today announced the reopening of delhi schools from November 1. However, the online courses will continue for students who do not wish to take the courses offline.
The announcement came after the Delhi Disaster Management Authority (DDMA) authorized the Delhi government to reopen schools for all grades in the nation's capital. delhi schools and universities have been closed since March 2020 due to the Covid-19 pandemic outbreak.
Until now, only students in grades 9-12 were allowed to visit schools. The minister said that more than 50% of the students in a class should be called to school and that all staff should be fully immunized as soon as possible. Sisodia said that a small number of people will be allowed to perform Chhath Puja at predetermined locations throughout the capital.
Meanwhile, teachers and students at the University of Delhi have called for the resumption of offline education as the COVID-19 situation normalizes in the country's capital. However, the university is considering taking a cautious path and is awaiting guidance from the Delhi Disaster Management Authority (DDMA). With the recent decision, the university is likely to reopen its campus soon.