Schools and colleges in Delhi are reopening for all classes from today. After a prolonged closure in the view of COVID 19 pandemic, the educational institutions were shut down in the national capital.
The Delhi Disaster Management Authority (DDMA) has resumed offline classes for schools and colleges for all students now.
“All the schools and educational institutes shall be allowed to be opened, for all the classes, in Delhi from 1st Nov. However, schools shall also continue online classes for the students who are not willing to attend classes offline,” Delhi Deputy Chief Minister Manish SIsodia had tweeted last week.
All teachers and staff who are not vaccinated even with the first dose will not be allowed to attend schools. It is important that teachers, staff and non-staff are vaccinated against deadly coronavirus.
However, it is not compulsory for parents to send their children to school. Hybrid learning methods will continue that will enhance teaching and learning. Classes for 9 to 12 have already started since September onwards.