Delhi Schools Reopen Date: Here Are The New Rules Of Educational Institutions Stated By DDMA

DDMA has finally decided to reopen the schools & other educational institutions in New Delhi. DDMA has also laid out new guidelines for the schools. Check our full Delhi Schools Reopen Date Update to know more.

By Harkirpal Singh, Updated : Feb 04, 2022 13:27 IST
Delhi Schools Reopen Date: Here Are The New Rules Of Educational Institutions Stated By DDMA
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Delhi Schools Reopen Date: The national capital administration determined today that schools, colleges, and coaching institutes in Delhi will resume physical sessions on Monday, February 7, according to official reports, Students in grades 9 through 12 can begin attending physical lessons on Monday.

In the DDMA meeting on January 27, the Delhi government recommended the reopening of schools. Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia has also called for the reopening of schools and colleges, claiming that if schools are not reopened soon, a generation of youngsters will be left behind.

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Mr. Sisodia, who is also Delhi's Education Minister, has stated that online education can never replace offline education and that the government has shuttered schools when it is not safe for children, but that overprotection is currently harming students.

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DDMA Guidelines For Schools & Other Educational Institutions

  • All colleges and coaching institutes have been given permission to reopen on the specified date.
  • Schools would only operate in offline mode for pupils in grades 9 through 12. Others would continue to take online classes.
  • Vaccination of teachers is now required, and those who are not vaccinated will not be permitted on campus.
  • Along with this, the timing of the night curfew has been relaxed.
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