The coronavirus cases are drastically declining in the national capital. So, Manish Sisodia, in his latest tweet said that all colleges in Delhi shall continue their offline classes. Classes shall begin from February 7.
The Deputy Chief Minister said that no school or college is allowed to opt for any other mode of education. All the classes must compulsorily be held in offline or physical mode only.
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STUDENTS CAN ATTEND OFFLINE CLASSES FROM MONDAY
Sisodia said that students have already completed their two years of college at home attending online classes. So, they must attend offline classes now. Students no longer have to attend lectures in online mode. They can join the classes in respective colleges from Monday.
RULES ARE SAME FOR COACHING CENTRES AND OTHER INSTITUTES
On the other hand, institutes and coaching centers have to apply the same rule now. All the ITIs and Polytechnic institutes shall open their centers and regulate offline classes now. Schools are going to reopen for classes 9th to 12th from Monday.
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WHY MANISH SISODIA TOOK THIS DECISION OF REGULATING OFFLINE CLASSES?
For the time being, schools can operate both online and physical classes. But, once they are comfortable with physical classes, they have to stop operating online classes. The Deputy Chief Minister of Delhi, Manish Sisodia took this decision because of the rise in the vaccination rates and decline in coronavirus cases.
TEACHERS AND STAFF MEMBERS MUST BE VACCINATED
On the other hand, he said that teachers and all the staff of all the schools must be fully vaccinated. The Delhi Disaster Management Authority took this decision on Friday so that people can get back to their normal lives. Schools and other educational institutes are closed since March 2020.