New Delhi: In view of the ever-increasing cases of Coronavirus, the Delhi government has taken a big decision in the interest of students. Kejriwal government has issued a circular announcing that all schools should be closed till October 5. During this time, online classes will continue.
Delhi government issued a circular on Friday. The circular states that all schools will remain closed until 5 October 2020. Although online classes and activities will continue as before.
Schools will be opened in this state from September 21
Schools closed in Meghalaya for the past nearly six months due to Coronavirus epidemic will be partially opened next week. State Education Minister Lahkmen Rymbui said on Friday that schools will be opened for students from ninth to 12th standard so that they can meet the teachers and clear their doubts. There will be no regular classes during this time.
Rymbui said, ‘The schools will be partially opened from September 21 so that students can meet their teachers and remove doubts related to different subjects. There will be no regular classes.’
He said that guidelines regarding reopening of schools were issued on Thursday. The Education Minister said that in view of the Covid-19 epidemic, the state government has rationalized the syllabus and academic calendar for this academic year.
According to the guidelines issued by Principal Secretary of Education Department D.P. Wahlang, there will be no ‘regular’ classes in schools, colleges and other educational institutions across the state till 30 September.