Delhi Schools Summer Vacation 2021 from 11th May to 30th June

Delhi Schools Summer Vacation 2021: The Delhi Government education department announced the summer vacation (holidays) dates for all the government and government-aided schools. As per the announcement, the summer holidays in national capital are announced as 11th May to 30th June. The Directorate of Education (DOE) has made the official announcement about the Delhi summer vacations.

Delhi Schools Summer Vacation 2021 from 11th May to 30th June

Students will have online classes due to the present COVID situation and the school teachers will be only called upon certain school related works such as exams, admissions, and others.

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 “During the vacation period, Heads of Schools are hereby authorized to call vacation staff as per requirement for any school related work (academic, admission, examination etc.) maintaining COVID Appropriate Behaviour (CAB) and following the Standard Operating Procedure (SOP) issued by the Competent Authorities from time to time,” the official statement said.

The Delhi Government Education Department confirmed that class 9th to class 12th students will never be called to attend the exams physically. The decision has been taken after the COVID cases spike in Delhi.

“It is clarified that no student of class 9 to 12 should be physically called to school for exams, practicals or any academic and non-academic activity,” the DoE said in official order.

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Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal announced that the reopening decision will be announced only if the Coronavirus cases comes under control.

 “Across the world, wherever schools were opened experimentally, coronavirus spread among children. We cannot think of opening schools till COVID-19 is under control,” Mr Kejriwal told NDTV in an interview.

“Online education for classes may be possible, but going to school physically for education in form of interaction, sports, activities and labs cannot be substituted. So, that will have to return someday,” the chief minister added.

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