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Ensure senior secondary students attend offline classes regularly: Delhi govt to schools

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The Delhi government has directed schools to ensure that senior secondary students attend their classes regularly and teachers should aim for 100 percent student attendance. Recently, CBSE announced that it will conduct the board exams from April 26. In the same regard, the Delhi Directorate of Education held a meeting to discuss the necessary preparations for the upcoming board exams.

“The Directorate of Education (DoE) has directed the heads of schools to ensure that students of senior secondary sections, class 10 and 12, attend classes regularly,” as per the statement, reported by PTI.

The statement further reads that for the next two months, teachers should aim for 100 percent student attendance and make full use of the time in completing the syllabus and preparing students for the upcoming board exams.

Schools reopening for offline classes

Schools in Delhi reopened for offline classes for students from 9 to 12 on February 7 and will reopen for students from nursery to Class 8 on February 14.

During the meeting, it was decided that attention would be given to practical work. Further, it was discussed that remedial classes will be conducted to enhance the confidence of students and make up for the time lost in studies due to the closure of schools. Students can also download sample papers and learning materials by visiting the academic and examination sections on the website of the Education Department. To help students adjust to the school environment, the Delhi government’s DoE has asked all heads of school to focus on students’ social-emotional wellbeing in the first two weeks. Students will be encouraged to share their experiences freely and explore the new school environment.

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