Government: Delhi Schools will not hold regular offline Classes
Because of the rising cases of coronavirus the Delhi government decided not to hold any regular physical classes from the new academic session commencing from April 1. The students of grades 9 to 12 will now be asked to visit schools only to take the practical sessions and seem for mid-term, pre-board, yearly and board examinations. Directorate of Education, Delhi has recently announced that the students can only be asked to visit schools to provide academic supervision and support them to plan for the upcoming examinations. They will have to get a former approval letter from their parents or guardians. Previously Delhi government had resumed the physical classes for grades 9 and 11 on February 5. Now, the school officials have been demanded to notify all the students and parents about the latest moves and take the required care while taking the physical classes if needed.