New Delhi: Following the Delhi Disaster Management Authority’s (DDMA) decision to open schools in Delhi, the education department on Saturday issued a circular in this regard. The circular, issued by Director of Education Himanshu Gupta, asked schools to call students keeping in view the existing infrastructural facilities and facilities at the school, but it would have to ensure that the Kovid protocol is applied in any case. Social distance, the rules of the mask must be followed at all costs. Students of senior class (9 to 12) will be able to visit their schools in Delhi from Monday. Schools from nursery to standard 8 will be open from 14th February. The head of the school must ensure that the students come to the school only after the approval of the parents.

Kids will not be able to share lunch
The Department of Education has said that the guidelines laid down for opening the school will be followed. Students will not share lunch with each other and the number of students to be called to class will be decided by the school. Preparations have started in schools from Saturday. Schools are being sanitized and discussions are also being held with parents.

What are the preparations of the schools?
VSPK International School Rohini’s classroom has been sanitized. School manager Pramila Gupta says necessary steps are being taken under the Kovid protocol. Ruma Pathak, principal of MM Public School Pitampura, says parents are also being consulted. Preparations are underway in all government and private schools and students will start arriving from Monday. Along with schools, colleges, coaching institutes, ITIs, polytechnics will also be opened.

Even students from government universities and colleges in Delhi cannot go to college because of Corona, but now DDMA has decided that colleges will offer completely offline studies. The entire college life and campus of the college going students is housed in one room of the house. In such a scenario, it has been decided that all the colleges in Delhi will be open from Monday and the study will be shifted entirely from online to offline mode.

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