Delhi School To Reopen After Expert Committee Advice

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The schools in Delhi are soon about to reopen for all classes after the advice of the expert committee. The committee is formed by the Aam Aadmi Party which is the state government of the NCT Delhi.

The committee is also set to open and conduct deep research about the coronavirus and its danger levels to ensure safety. The committee also does scientific researches on the prospects deciding whether it’s safe to open educational institutes for students and multi-storeyed offices for people working in jobs.

The expert committee in its recommendation has stated that the parents willing to send their children to school must be given an option of doing so by the schools. However, those who don’t wish to do so can opt for online classes as well.

As per the traditional norms, the DDMA (Delhi Disaster Management Authority) will no longer make the final decision on the opening or closing of schools, the reports stated. The school was opened in a structural way for students of 10th and 12th grade to come and do their work related to admission and practical activities for the board examinations.

Now the expert committee is thinking of opening schools from nursery to 12th regularly so that students can take benefit from the nurturing experience of in house school teaching

The committee has stated that they will make decisions in a month by seeing every other possibility of the upcoming third wave. The government had last month allowed the auditoriums and assembly halls in schools to be used as training and meeting rooms with about 50 percent occupancy.

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