Source: NDTV Education
The Delhi Schools will not hold any physical classes for the new academic session. The academic session is starting from April 1. And the students of Classes 9 to 12 will come to schools only to attend the practical classes, mid-term, pre-board, annual, and board examination. The government has asked the schools not to conduct the physical classes due to the rise in Covid-19 cases.
The school can call the students only for academic guidance and help them in the preparation of exams. And before coming to schools, students need to have a prior consent letter from their parents, said the Directorate of Education, Delhi.
The schools will begin their academic session, 2021 from April 1 in virtual mode.
And the government has asked the school authorities to inform all the students and parents regarding the new changes. And the necessary precautions required in case the school holds any physical classes.
Earlier the schools were reopened by the Delhi government for Class 9 and 11 on February 5.
"We will not call all the students at once. We will only call the students with the prior permission of their parents,” said Delhi Education Minister Manish Sisodia.