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Delhi Schools have been instructed to suspend all learning activities – including online and semi-online learning activities during the announced Summer holidays. The Education Directorate, DoE has asked the private schools to suspend all online and semi-online teaching activities during April 20 to June 9.
The The Delhi Government on Monday announced summer holidays for schools in Delhi from April 20 to June 9. The government, however, has noticed that many private schools have continued their online classes during the tenure.
“It has been brought to the attention of this directorate that, despite the summer vacation that has been developed due to a surge in COVID 10 cases, the regular online learning approach continues to be adopted in one way or another. the other from some private schools, “the Education Directorate (DoE) said in an official order.
Taking note of the same, the DoE has instructed all private schools that all “online and semi-online teaching and learning activities will continue to be suspended during the stated period above of summer vacation in line with government schools “.
Among permitted activities, however, schools can continue with vacation-related things and recovery classes. “However, the schools can run specific vacation-related activities, recovery classes for a specific set of students and other activities for creativity, happiness and general social and emotional well-being to enhance the overall growth of students without being called to school physically, “the notice read.
Faced with the worsening situation, the Delhi Government on Monday pre-scheduled the summer holidays scheduled May 11 to June 3 to April 20 to June 9. The schools were ordered to close and no physical classes – including for students in 10th and 12th classes is now allowed. CBSE 2021 Board Exams have also been postponed for Class 12 students and new dates are expected in June only.