As per the new DDMA guidelines, all online classes will be discontinued from April 1 in the city in view of the declining Covid trends. Schools have to do away with the hybrid mode from April 1. All restrictions are likely to be lifted from April 1.
School is not just a place to learn textbook lessons. It is also a place that imparts life lessons to the children and prepares them for the life ahead by stressing the importance of physical activity and inculcating the values of fellow feeling and camaraderie in them.
The Council of Higher Secondary Education will soon come up with the details of the planned virtual classes, informed the Minister.
District education officers (DEOs) have been directed to ensure several measures for the conduct YouTube live classes for students of different classes
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