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All Delhi students from nursery to class 8 to be promoted, says Manish Sisodia

Delhi Education Minister Manish Sisodia says students of private and govt schools will be promoted under the no-detention policy of the Right to Education Act.

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New Delhi: The AAP government in Delhi Monday said all students from nursery to class 8 will be promoted in both government and private schools in the national capital.

Deputy Chief Minister and Education Minister Manish Sisodia said this was being done under the no-detention policy of the Right to Education Act in the larger interest of children as schools remain shut due to the coronavirus lockdown.

The no-detention policy states that no student can be failed or expelled from school until the completion of elementary education covering classes 1 to 8.

As for students above class 8, the minister said a decision will be taken after consultations with the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE).

Schools and educational institutions across Delhi, and the country, have been closed due to the all-India lockdown that was announced by the Prime Minister last Tuesday.


Also read: What the Delhi school education model is and why Maharashtra is looking to emulate it


Online classes for Class 12

Addressing a digital press conference along with CM Arvind Kejriwal, Sisodia said the Delhi government will begin online classes of two subjects for students set to begin Class 12 in the new academic year. Those registering for the classes will be provided monetary help to buy data packs, he added.

Messages via SMS/IVR will be sent to parents for daily activities as is already being done in some schools in Maharashtra. “If necessary, (we) will also start classes on television channels,” Sisodia said.

Apart from measures for schools, Kejriwal also announced that essentials will be provided to those without ration cards and arrangements are being made to facilitate this. “The process is being streamlined to ensure the distribution can take place in two to four days,” he said.


Also read: This is how Modi govt plans to resume classes in schools in April despite lockdown


 

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11 COMMENTS

  1. Sir
    My son on class nursery. He is only 3 year and 7 month. School may be submitted fee of the month of April.

    But sir 3 year and 7 month children how to learn online class. He is not properly study at school. So how to study at home.. And why given total fee of month. At least half fee of the month pay.

    It can be use for the pay of teacher pay… Only….

  2. Activity sir mai submitted nhi kar paya tha because i am unhealthy tha tho kya mai promoted ho jayuga

  3. Hello sir good evening sir ap Bata sakte hai hum online study kese kare Mai 11 class Mai thi but ab Mai 12 Mai hai hu ap hame activity k liye kuch homework de jisse hum apna gahr mai kuch kare sir mujhe apse yahi request hai please sir kuch kariye apki student Hamida

  4. This is regarding private schools. Why new session fees? Will they charge annual charges, activity &development charges along with tution fee in lock down period.
    Please resolve this problem ASAP.

    Lockdown ke time to fees maaf honi cheye. Kyo ki income bhi nahi aa rahi hai.

  5. Dear sir, school wale humse fees jaldi pay kahne ko kr rhe h . 13000 rupay pure year me fees bhi badha di gyi h .Kya ye shi waqt h fees badhane ka jaha poora desh covid 19 se pareshan h .Aarthik sithti bhi abhi kamzoor h humari sir plz iss subject pr bhi dhayan dijiye aur school ko nirdesh dijie ki wo sbhi fees na badhaye plz sir

  6. Sir, This is regarding private schools. What about new session fees? Will they charge annual charges, activity &development charges along with tution fee in lock down period??

  7. 11 th ka result h aj lene jana h ya nhi kuki ap n kuch bhi nhi btaya h 11 th and 9 th k bare.m or baki ap n 8 tak k student ko promote kr deya h

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