Delhi Schools to Remain Shut Till September 30; 50% Teaching Staff Allowed from September 21
Amid the Coronavirus pandemic, the Delhi Government led by Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal has announced that all schools in Delhi will remain shut till September 30. A notice issued by the Delhi government on Friday said that students will stick to online classes till September 30. However, the notice also said that students from class 9 to 12th grade will be allowed to visit the school for any kind of assistance or guidance from their teachers. However, keeping in mind the MHA (Ministry of Home Affairs) guidelines on Unlock 4.0, social distancing norms will be strictly implemented and will be followed. However, the permission given to students for visiting schools from September 21 is strictly voluntary and teachers who call students to the school will have to take written permission from the parents. The Standard Operating Procedure (SOP) issued by the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare will be strictly followed by all schools. The notice states that about 50 percent of both teaching, as well as non-teaching staff, will e allowed to come to school for work related to online classes. Until the schools reopen, online teaching classes such as video lectures will continue for students in the usual manner. The Delhi government has also said that no school can call students to school before September 20 for any kind of activity. The government order stated, “Students should not be called to the school for any kind of activity till 20 September.” All schools and colleges in India were forced to shut down post the massive COVID-19 outbreak in the world. Ever since the Coronavirus crisis took place, students have switched to online mode for education and classes and now all classes and tests take place on the digital platform. India has reported more than 85,000 cases in the past 24 hours and the numbers are increasing with each passing day. It is being said that this pandemic has changed the dynamics of the education industry forever.
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