Manish Sisodia said One should not even think of reopening the schools until the entire situation is under control. At this time of the pandemic, We cannot take a risk with the lives of our students. If we are testing 2,000 people, about 6% are tested positive. There are about 4.4 million students in Delhi containing both private and government schools and nearly 800,000 to one million college students. We cannot think about the reopening of schools and colleges for a few months.
On the Centre’s unlock guidelines, allowing reopening of schools Manish Sisodia stated that even if the Ministry of Home Affairs issues guidelines authorizing reopening of schools, Delhi would not reopen the schools. We are just saying, do away with examinations. Promote the students, but don’t take a risk with their lives.
They are returning to their homes and there are other relatives, as well. Gain from what occurred in the US inside about fourteen days of the returning of schools. Around 97,000 youngsters tried positive for the novel coronavirus between July 16 and 30, as per the media reports.
On Delhi government’s restriction to UGC move to hold assessments Manish Sisodia stated, We are living in unexpected moments. We cannot assign a normal system for the examination of students in such times. This approach is worthless. We are not in favor of examinations. Why can’t (UGC) have faith in your system and assess your students on their performance over the previous two and a half years?
manish sisodia further added, in the view of the corona its responsibility of the government to take a decision regarding the examination. the decision should be made in favor of students. in a semester where the students have not been taught, how can they take the exam?
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