The rise in C-19 cases in Delhi has brought back concerns about school going children, prompting the institutions to come up with online classes and recorded lectures. The rise in COVID-19 cases in Delhi has brought back concerns about school going children, prompting the institutions to come up with online classes and recorded lectures as experts are against school closures.

Health experts believe schools should not be closed. There is, however, a need to reinforce COVID-19-appropriate behaviour, something which the elders and the younger cohort are not adhering to, they said.As a result, school managements are bringing measures such as sending recorded lectures to students who are ill, allowing online classes for those in isolation and putting study tours on hold.”We are all aware that COVID-19 is not over yet. We have instituted a proper mechanism of checks to ensure that a student’s health is not negated and undermined. Unwell students are isolated and dropped off at their homes so that they can have proper rest and others can study without apprehensions or worries,” said Anshu Mital, principal of MRG School, Rohini. View More…