Delhi schools were closed until further notice: The Delhi government has closed all schools in the national capital and said physical classes will not be held in the 2021-22 academic year until a new order is issued due to the continuous increase in the number of Kovid-19s.
The Delhi government has closed all schools in the national capital and said physical classes will not be held in the 2021-22 academic year until a new order is issued due to the steady rise in the number of Kovid-19s.Delhi schools were closed until further notice:
However, students in grades 9-10 can only follow the Standard Operating Procedure (SOP) and be called to school for academic guidance with parental consent.
A statement issued by the education department on Thursday said that students of any class should not be physically sent to the session of the 2021-22 academic year until further notice.
“However, the teaching-learning activities for the students may start from April 1 through the digital mode of the academic session 2021-22,” the statement said.
The notification further said that Ninth and Twelfth Grade (2021-21 Session) Intermediate Exam Practice / Pre-Board Examination / Annual Examination / Board Examination can only be called to the school to provide academic guidance and assistance to students for CoVID protection. And parents. Internal evaluation after compliance test, project work, standard operating procedure (SOP).
The Delhi government closed schools in March 2021 due to a lockdown induced by Covid-19 to spread the Covid-19. However, schools in Delhi reopened on January 10 and 12th for students on January 18 and February 9 and for students in classes 9 and 11.
A total of 2,790 new cases of Kabid-19 were found in the national capital on Thursday, a total of 83866. Arrived at.
Meanwhile, Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal on Friday called an emergency meeting at his residence to discuss an ‘action plan’ to curb the spread of Kovid-19 infection in the national capital.