Source: The Hindustan Times
Online classes likely to continue after the long summer break of schools in Delhi will come to an end. Officials at both government and private schools said that with infections surging in the national capital, chances of calling students to school are bleak for July.
“We have reduced the screen time by 25--30% for all the classes with more activities-based work to the students. Now, teachers will send them briefings and the students will do the work at home. We are even ready with the timetable also,” said Jyoti Arora, principal of Mount Abu School in Rohini. The school will resume online classes from July 1.
The Directorate of Education (DoE) also proposes to resume online activities in their schools from July first week. This time the programme is supposed to establish a wide reach. Books are already being distributed to the students, making it comparatively easier for them now. The government also plans to broadcast classes in TV channel.