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Schools' Body Urges Delhi LG to Order Reopening of Schools in the City From March 2, Details Here

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Delhi Schools Reopen: After the decision of Delhi Disaster Management Authority (DDMA) to resume offline classes in schools from April 1, 2022, now the Schools’ body has surfaced with its own request. The Schools’ body has urged the Lieutenant Governor (LG) of Delhi, Anil Baijal, to order the reopening of schools in the city from March 2, 2022 onwards.

As reported by the Press Trust of India (PTI), the National Progressive Schools’ Conference recently got in touch with Delhi LG Anil Baijal. Writing a letter to the LG, the Schools’ body requested to let the schools in Delhi set in motion from this Wednesday (March 2) itself. While putting forth the request, the Schools’ body lauded the Delhi government’s decision to scrap online classes and switch back to the offline mode of learning.

The letter received by Delhi LG Baijal read, “Children from nursery to Class VIII have experienced a massive learning gap, as we are observing their activities. Thus, in March 2022, we could have made relevant efforts to bridge the learning gap so that the children could prepare themselves for the upcoming grade in April 2022.”

The letter also underlined the teachers’ efforts by stating, “Teachers are no less than frontline workers and warriors. Our efforts to deliver quality education is completely dependent on teachers’ mental health and well-being. We also aim to create a happy and joyful environment in school premises again. Hence, we sincerely urge you to take necessary steps for unconditional reopening of all schools in Delhi starting March 2, 2022.”

Notably, earlier this month, the DDMA had discarded all the Covid-19- induced curbs from the city. Following this, the Delhi schools had opened for all classes in a phased manner.
 

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