However, teachers, students and other staff from containment zones will not be allowed in the schools.
Students will attend schools only with consent of parents and physical attendance is not compulsory, while schools will follow all COVID-19 guidelines, they said.
Sisodia also said that "our future strategy (on reopening schools) will depend on how early a COVID-19 vaccine is available for public after frontline workers are vaccinated".
The submissions were made in an affidavit filed by the DoE in response to a PIL seeking directions to it to upload on its website any approvals granted to private unaided schools to hike their fees.
Parents of children attending schools in Delhi have welcomed the government’s decision to keep schools closed till further notice.
Sisodia visits government school in west Delhi, congratulates teachers for 27 students clearing JEE, NEET
Sisodia said that the 98 per cent result in the board class 12 results, and the scale of success in JEE and NEET shows that our dream is coming true.
While several restrictions have been eased in different phases of 'unlock', educational institutions continue to remain closed.
The CBSE compartment results for 2020 show an improvement for class 12 students which went from 98 per cent pass percentage to 99 per cent pass percentage.
The department has also asked the deputy directors (education) of all districts to expedite the application verification process carried out.
The Delhi government had earlier extended the school closure till October 5, though the Centre had permitted calling students of classes 9 to 12 to schools on voluntary basis from September 21.
According to officials, the second phase has been launched to address the concerns of the parents who could not get their wards registered earlier for online admission.
It is so because we are not putting focus on this issue. They are unaware of the existence of ancient buildings or monuments in their neighbourhood.
The survey was conducted in July and August where 3,600 parents and an equal number of children aged between 7-17 years participated.
The move is part of the awareness campaign for school students against vector-borne diseases like dengue, malaria and chikungunya.
The AAP government revoked the permission granted to a private school for hiking fees to a top private school, said Sisodia, who is also the education minister.