Delhi School Open News Those students of Delhi will not get admission in schools who have not taken a single dose of Corona so far. At the same time, it is mandatory for all school staff to take corona vaccine in the line of prevention from corona.
Delhi School Open News
Schools from class 9th to 12th will be opened in the country’s capital Delhi from Monday, but entry will be given to only those students who have got the anti-corona vaccine. Those students will not get admission in schools, who have not taken a single dose of Corona so far.
At the same time, it is mandatory for all school staff to take corona vaccine in the line of prevention from corona. It is worth noting that the Delhi Disaster Management Authority, headed by Lieutenant Governor Anil Baijal, has decided that institutions of higher education in Delhi will open under SOP and COVID appropriate behavior will have to be strictly followed.
At the same time, the schools of class 9th-12th will reopen in a phased manner from February 7. Teachers who have not been vaccinated will not be allowed.
These guidelines can be issued regarding opening of schools
- No parent shall be compelled to send their child to school.
- The studies can be done in hybrid mode. It means to say that students will be able to take classes in both physical and online mode.
- Not more than 50 percent of the students will be called in one go.
- The school has to ensure that everyone gets the anti-corona vaccine.
- It is mandatory to follow the guidelines of Kovid in schools
- Wearing a face mask.
- The rules of physical distance will have to be followed.
Let us inform that at present, the decision has been taken for the schools of class 9th to 12th in Delhi. Schools opening from February 7 will have to follow the Kovid guidelines. During this, it has been made mandatory for the students to wear face masks and follow physical distance. Apart from this, it is believed that in view of the situation of Corona, classes should be organized for a short time. Significantly, for the last several months, schools in Delhi have been closed, sometimes due to corona and sometimes due to the increase in the air pollution index.