DDMA SAYS DELHI SCHOOLS TO BE OPENED WITH 50% CLASSROOMS STRENGTH, RELEASES GUIDELINES FOR THE SAME.
Its been a long time since the schools are shut due to the corona virus pandemic. The Education system is being shifted from offline mode to the online mode. As the pandemic is on a hold, so the DDMA has decided to reopen schools with the strength of 50% students.
The DDMA is releasing guidelines for reopening of schools in the National Capital of Delhi, the Department of Delhi Disaster Management Authority (DDMA) on Monday said that maximum 50 percent students per classroom may be called to school depending upon their capacity.
DDMA said the schools should prepare as per their occupancy limit of the classrooms and the schools while following the COVID 19 norms.
The agency has also directed schools to stagger lunch breaks to avoid crowding. These breaks should held in open areas, according to the guidelines.
The schools and colleges have been asked to set up quarantine room for emergency use and discourage the routine guest visits. The DDMA has also directed the schools to not allow students and teachers living in Covid containment zones to come to educational institutions.
From September 1, all government schools will open for classes 9 to 12, all private schools can also resume classes for 9 to 12 standards. Coaching centres can also start classes for students of 9 to 12 standards. No decision has been taken on reopening junior classes yet.