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Delhi asks schools to schedule textbook distribution

Thursday - May 28, 2020 11:10 pm , Category : EDUCATION
New Delhi, May 28 (IANS) The Delhi Directorate of Education has asked government schools here to prepare a schedule for distributing text books among students up to classes 8, as per the Right to Education Act.
The schools were asked to ensure social distancing at all times and to call the parents in different time slots for different classes.
"A proper schedule for distribution of books is to be prepared at the school level so that books that have been received by the schools till now are distributed immediately," the DoE asks schools in an order.
The schools in the national capital have been shut since March 12 after the coronavirus infection was declared an epidemic.
While the schools remain shut, the government has started online teaching for all classes. The new academic session has started in April.
New Delhi, May 8 (IANS) The Delhi Directorate of Education has asked government schools in the national capital to prepare a schedule for distributing text books among the students of up to Classes VIII, as per the Right to Education Act.
The schools were asked to ensure social distancing at all times and to call the parents in different time slots for different classes.
"A proper schedule for distribution of books is to be prepared at the school level so that books that have been received by the schools till now are distributed immediately," the DoE said in its order.
The schools in the national capital have been shut since March 12 after the coronavirus infection was declared an epidemic.
While the schools continue remain shut, the government has started online teaching for all classes. The new academic session had started in April.

--IANS nks/arm