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Delhi to get more concessions from today, DDMA issues guidelines
Delhi to get more concessions from today, DDMA issues guidelines

New Delhi: In view of declining cases of the corona, the opening of schools and colleges in various states of the country has begun. Classes have also been started in many places. Now, in the same vein, the Delhi government has also announced the resumption of schools and colleges. After a year and a half in the capital, all schools and colleges will be opened once again from today. However, schools have to take care that there is no more than 50 percent attendance at a time.

The Delhi Disaster Management Authority (DDMA) has issued guidelines for the opening of schools and colleges for all classes from today. It said schools must ensure that classes are run in a 'hybrid' manner, which means offline as well as online classes will continue. No parents will be forced to send their children to school when the school opens. At the same time, the school will ensure that all its staff has been vaccinated. Tell us that about 98 percent of teaching and non-teaching staff in Delhi have taken at least one dose of the vaccine.

Guidelines issued say that children in schools will not share their food and books. As well as all children and teachers will be required to wear masks. In the guidelines, DDMA said there should be a gap of at least one hour between the end of the first shift and the start of the second shift in schools running in two shifts. Similarly, all other educational institutions will also have to maintain gaps in batches and shifts.

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