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Summer Vacations In Delhi Schools Will Start From April 20

Schools in Delhi will observe summer vacation from April 20 this season. The Delhi government issued a circular to direct all schools to start summer vacations with immediate effect.

What is the summer vacation time in Delhi schools?

Summer vacations were scheduled from May 11 to June 3 but they were changed from April 20 to June 9 by a Delhi government circular. The decision to reschedule the vacations was taken at a high-level meeting chaired by senior government officials.

What is the government circular to schools?

The circular read that the government took the decision to reschedule summer vacations during Academic Session 2021-22 in view of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic situation. According to the Directorate of Education (DoE), the new time for summer vacation will be from April 20 to June 9.

The circular allows schools to call vacation staff for necessary school-related work but the government wants all the staff to follow COVID-appropriate behavior. Standard Operating Procedures have been laid for schools and the government wants strict adherence to the SoP.

Six-day lockdown announced in Delhi

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Delhi Government Shuts Schools, Colleges And Cinemas Till March 31

Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal order shutting of schools, colleges and cinema halls till March 31 to counter spread of coronavirus. The Delhi government has already shut primary classes earlier but middle and the secondary classes were allowed to function in view of final exams.

Delhi declares coronavirus as an epidemic

Arvind Kejriwal took the step in the wake of increasing number of coronavirus cases in the country. The total number of COVID-19 cases has become 73 with Kerala being the hardest affected state. It has 17 cases of coronavirus infection. It has also shut educational institutions and public places like cinema halls.

The Maharashtra government banned sale of tickets for 2020 IPL opening match between Mumbai Indians and Chennai Super Kings in the wake of spread of coronavirus. Also, the remaining two ODIs between India and South Africa will be played in empty stadiums.

The virus was declared a pandemic

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