School will not open in Delhi from November 1, Manish Sisodia announces

New Delhi: Schools are yet to open in the country's capital. In the last order, the schools were closed till 31 October. Today, Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia said, 'Parents and children are afraid that if the school is opened, the infection will increase.' He said this in a press conference. He said, 'This is the feedback received from teachers and parents that schools should be kept closed'.

Sisodia also said, 'All government and private schools in Delhi will remain closed till further orders. Wherever schools were opened in the midst of epidemics, cases of infection increased. It will not be right to open Delhi's school.

He further said that 1,330 seats have been increased from this year in higher education institutions of Delhi. This time there will be 1,330 seats extra. The maximum of 630 seats for BTech, 120 seats of BBA, 220 seats of BCom, 120 seats in BA (Economics), 90 new seats in BCA, 60 seats in MBA are new. Poisonous air is coming with Corona on Delhi-NCR. The air of the capital has become increasingly toxic for the past few weeks. People are getting complaints like irritability, headache, eye irritation.

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