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Delhi school reopened: Delhi schools prepare to open doors for students of class 10, 12 after epidemic-induced bandh

New Delhi: Staggered and low class hours, repeated depressions, and entry and exit through multiple gates amidst the various new methods adopted by schools in Delhi welcomed students of Class 10 and 12 for the first time on Monday. Are ready. The COVID-19 epidemic forced the closure of educational institutions in March last year. The Delhi government has allowed all schools outside the COVID-19 contribution zone to reopen for classes 10 and 12 from January 18 in view of board exams. However, it clarified that physical attendance is not compulsory and students will attend schools only with the consent of parents.

The Directorate of Education (DoE) has instructed schools to follow all COVID-19 guidelines on resuming studies in the classroom.

A representative from Greenwood Public School said, “We are calling students into slots – one class will have half the students in the class, while the other half will be in the lab to teach practical lessons. We sent consent letters to all parents Are. The number of students willing to attend school is high. ”

According to Alka Kapoor, principal of Modern School in Shalimar Bagh, the safest route for students to go to school would be in the private vehicles of their parents and guardians.

“There are several steps that school officials will take to ensure that students are protected from infection,” she said.

Engaging 15 students at a time in the classroom, placing handwashing consoles and sanitizer dispensers in the corridors, deploying volunteers to ensure social disturbances and temperature checks, and keeping medical facilities on standby for any incidents planned by schools. Is for various other initiatives.

Schools are also planning to ensure that students who choose not to come to campus do not miss anything.

Priyanka Barra, Principal of MRG School in Rohini said that the government has made it optional for parents to send their wards to school, but it is recommended that they come for better preparation for the board exam.

Ahlcon International School Director Ashok Pandey said that no more than 10 students will be allowed in the labs at one time.

The Union Ministry of Education has already announced that board exams for classes 10 and 12 will be held from May 4 to June 10, even though the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) is yet to issue the exam date sheet.

More than three lakh students from Delhi region have registered for class 10 CBSE board examination, while more than 2.5 lakh candidates have enrolled for class 12 examination.

The Delhi government has suggested that schools conduct pre-board exams for Class 12th from March 20 to April 15 and for Class 10 from April 1 to April 15.

The schools were closed in March last year before announcing a nationwide lockout that included the proliferation of novel coronaviruses.


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