Delhi School Reopen: Schools from Nursery to 8th opened in Delhi, offline classes will run with Corona protocol

Delhi School Reopen: The Delhi government has decided to start schools from nursery to class 8th (School Nursery to 8th Reopen) with the Kovid-19 protocol.

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Delhi School Reopen: From today i.e. 14 February 2022, students of all classes will be able to go to school in the capital Delhi. There has been a significant reduction in the cases of corona infection in Delhi. Meanwhile, the Delhi government has decided to start schools up to class 8th (School Nursery to 8th Reopen). The Directorate of Education, Government of Delhi has also issued guidelines for the children regarding the opening of schools. In Delhi, children were seen going to school only in the morning. (Photo Credit: ANI)

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From December, closed schools are being opened for students from nursery to class 8.  Earlier, schools have been opened for the students of class 9th to 12th.  Schools have been instructed that teachers have to be warm to the children and parents on the first day.  There they will have to cooperate fully.  (Photo Credit: ANI)

From December, closed schools are being opened for students from nursery to class 8. Earlier, schools have been opened for the students of class 9th to 12th. Schools have been instructed that teachers have to be warm to the children and parents on the first day. There they will have to cooperate fully. (Photo Credit: ANI)

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Along with the Kovid-19 protocol, only 45-50 percent of the parents have agreed to send the children to school.  Some schools have decided to call nursery and KG students from next week.  Also, each class will have a different time formula for social distancing.  (Photo Credit: ANI)

Along with the Kovid-19 protocol, only 45-50 percent of the parents have agreed to send the children to school. Some schools have decided to call nursery and KG students from next week. Also, each class will have a different time formula for social distancing. (Photo Credit: ANI)

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The Directorate of Education has made it clear that no parent will be pressurized by the schools to send the students to school.  Also, the students will have to carry the consent letter received by the parents with them.  In this direction, a consent letter was issued by the schools in the past.  On reaching the school, the students will have to submit the consent form to the school.(Photo Credit: ANI)

The Directorate of Education has made it clear that no parent will be pressurized by the schools to send the students to school. Also, the students will have to carry the consent letter received by the parents with them. In this direction, a consent letter was issued by the schools in the past. On reaching the school, the students will have to submit the consent form to the school.(Photo Credit: ANI)

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Schools in Delhi were closed on 02 December for students from nursery to class VIII.  Later schools were opened for classes 6 and above, but schools were closed for all classes from 29 December due to the increase in the cases of corona.  The school was opened for students of classes 9 to 12 from 07 February last week.  (Photo Credit: ANI)

Schools in Delhi were closed on 02 December for students from nursery to class VIII. Later schools were opened for classes 6 and above, but schools were closed for all classes from 29 December due to the increase in the cases of corona. The school was opened for students of classes 9 to 12 from 07 February last week. (Photo Credit: ANI)