Delhi schools will reopen from tomorrow onwards for students up to Class 5. Delhi schools will reopen for offline classes from tomorrow onwards. The Commission for Air Quality Management (CAQM) had earlier issued a notice about the reopening of Delhi schools as they reviewed the improvement in the Air Quality Index (AQI) from ‘Severe’ to ‘Very Poor’ category for the students of Classes 6 and above and hence schools were reopened from December 18.
Commission for Air Quality Management on Delhi Schools reopening
“Taking into consideration the submissions made and in light of improvement of the Air Quality Index (AQI) of Delhi from ‘Severe’ to ‘Very Poor’ category, the Commission, via its Direction No. 50 today directed the State Governments of NCR and GNCTD to allow re-opening of schools and educational institutions in a phased manner,” the CAQM said last week.
“State Governments of NCR and GNCTD may take the decision for resumption of physical classes for students up to V standard, only w.e.f. 27th December, 2O21, duly considering the Air Quality Index (AQI) and the winter vacation scheme,” the CAQM had said.
State governments of NCR and GNCTD, the CAQM added, while announcing the resuming of Classes 6 and above, have been advised to take an immediate decision about the resumption of physical classes in schools (Class 6 onwards), colleges, educational institutions, skill development and training institutes, other training institutes and libraries.