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Delhi Schools to remain closed, new academic session from 1st April

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The Delhi government has decided to launch the new 2021-22 academic session starting April 1 for students in grades 1-8. However, schools will remain closed and classes will be held online. Currently, offline courses are only allowed for students in grades 9-12 in the capital. The testing schedule for grades 9-12 would not change.

The new session follows the same pattern for online and offline spreadsheets as before. The Directorate of Education (DoE) has issued an official notice stating that “The new session for Delhi Government Schools 2021-22 will continue with the same learning model that will be available online and offline from 1 April 2021 for students ages 5 and up.

The new 2021 Academic Session for Delhi State School Grades 6-8 students follows the same pattern as mentioned above i.e. online / offline worksheets. So far, students at all levels through eighth grade have been promoted without taking an exam.

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A government official said that he decided to start this new session for younger children in 2021 with his worksheets. “There is no such plan for students to physically return to school immediately. This is only possible if conditions are right. As classes for ages 9-12 are already taking place outside of line, classrooms and management are preparing for the board exams. ” It is correct to start the new academic session now in 2021, as the students have already been promoted and have completed their last academic session, ”he added.

The Delhi School of Government started its offline classes for grades 9-12 in March 2021. With the jury exams scheduled in less than two months, the exams to be held are being prepared. The DOE has also decided to schedule the offline test for grades 9 and 11. The same schedule for tests and students in grades 9-12 continues from now on.

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