Delhi Education Minister, Mr. Manish Sisodia will be deliberating on reopening Delhi schools and colleges. Thus, he asks parents, teachers, stakeholders, and students if they could send their suggestions in the form of a 100-word email. This email has to be sent to email@example.com. Hence, after receiving the suggestions all the officials will discuss the suggestions sent by people.
Schools and colleges in the capital have been shut down since March 2020. Thus, it has been over a year that the covid-19 pandemic has forced educational institutions to adopt online education. Physical classes did briefly resume in January and February 2021. But, that didn’t last long due to the devastating 2nd wave of covid.
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- 1 Reopening Delhi schools and colleges: Students interested in reopening:
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- 4 Reopening Delhi Schools and Colleges might be an option with the ebbing of covid-19:
Reopening Delhi schools and colleges: Students interested in reopening:
In the capital’s government schools, a parents-teachers meeting is ongoing with around 500,000 parents as participants. Hence, Mr. Sisodia claims that during his visit to these meetings, many parents keenly inquired about the reopenings. Thus, they want to know if reopening Delhi schools and colleges will happen anytime soon. The education minister decided that before making any decisions about reopening Delhi schools and colleges, he will hear the suggestions.
Even the college students are constantly requesting him to reopen colleges. These students miss their college life and could not stay limited in their homes for so long.
Reopening Delhi Schools and Colleges might be an option with the ebbing of covid-19:
Switching to the online class and the subsequent academic loss is causing immense problems. Thus, with the reduced covid cases, several parents and teachers are thinking about reopening. The covid cases in the capital have remained under 100 for the past several weeks. Also, the positivity rate is below 1 percent in the past two months. Hence, it is safe to assume that physical classes can restart in a phased manner.