After 19 months, Delhi is all set to reopen schools for all grades from November 1st
According to Manish Sisodia, the Deputy Chief Minister of Delhi who also oversees education, all schools and other educational institutes in the national capital will be allowed to reopen on November 1. As COVID cases decline, Delhi Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia, who also holds the education portfolio, said on Wednesday that all schools and educational institutes in the national capital will be allowed to reopen on November 1 with online classes continuing for those who wish to study offline. “No parent or guardian will be needed to bring their kid to school, as per the officials.” In a news conference recently held, he stated that “all institutions would have to assure that lessons take place in hybrid mode with a maximum of 50% strength in classrooms.” Due of the COVID-19 epidemic, schools and institutions have been shuttered since March 2020. Despite plans to restore the schools earlier this year, they were forced to close again owing to the devastating second wave of the COVID-19.