The Delhi Disaster Management Authority, in an order issued, further said business-to-consumer exhibitions will be permitted in the capital from September 16.
Academic session will be of two-term examinations, that is, mid-term examination (Term-1) and annual examination (Term-2) with approximately 50 per cent syllabus in each.
Though attendance was thin in most city schools because of heavy rain, students were happy to meet friends after 17 months
Some institutions, however, chose to adopt a wait-and-watch approach and have decided to call children for physical classroom studies only after a few weeks.
The DDMA has said that students, teachers and other employees living in Covid containment zones will not be allowed to come to schools and colleges.
The Delhi government has clarified that no student will be forced to attend physical classes and the consent of parents will be mandatory.
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Delhi government on Friday had announced that schools for classes 9 to 12, colleges and coaching institutions will reopen from September 1.
The Delhi government recently announced partial reopening of schools and allowed class X and XII students to visit schools for admission-related work.
The Delhi Disaster Management Authority (DDMA) is scheduled to hold a crucial meeting on Friday to take a final call on re-opening of schools.
Currently, students of classes 10, 11 and 12 can visit schools for admission and board-exam related activities in Delhi, with consent of parents.
The Delhi government has directed its schools to conduct a series of activities as part of a comprehensive action plan on elimination of single-use plastic.
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Priority will be given to applicants who have applied for admission on transfer from Sarvodya Vidyalayas.
According to officials, IB has collaborated with about 5,500 schools in 159 countries across the world.
Lieutenant Governor Anil Baijal, who chaired the DDMA meeting to review the pandemic situation and preparedness for the coming months, announced the decision to form the committee.