Online vs Offline Classes: Which One Should Pick in Hybrid Fashion Due to Covid Pose Threat news wire (New Delhi 23-11-2021): Schools in India have been closed for almost 20 months because of Covid. Now, with long closures and the fact that children have not yet been vaccinated, there is much debate about whether schools should reopen.

Schools in the capital of India, New Delhi reopened to all classes on November 1, following a nearly 19-month closure due to COVID-19.
The government of Delhi recently announced the closure of schools and other educational institutions on November 13 amid deteriorating air quality in Delhi.

Schools in other states of India have already started to gradually open up, with the introduction of protocols.

Haryana opened almost three months later for grades 9-12 on July 16, amid strict protocol for Covid-19, with many students saying that online learning, while necessary during the pandemic, was not classroom teaching. The city reported 11 new Covid-19 cases on Saturday, increasing the score to 1,881,610.
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Dr. MP Singh, the district immunisation officer, said: “We completed about 84% of the second dose. We have also launched a door-to-door vaccination program to cover those who have not even been vaccinated once.”

As schools in Punjab and Chhattisgarh greet their students again on Monday, Uttar Pradesh and Andhra Pradesh are preparing to reopen schools on August 16th.

At least 5,947 schools in rural Maharashtra, which was closed due to the Covid pandemic, announced July 16 for grades 8-12 with safety protocols in place, PTI reported. The state government has issued a notice to resume physical affairs in those rural areas that do not report Covid’s new cases.

According to government officials, the schools were opened in accordance with the necessary decisions made by the gram-gram panchai and, accordingly, in accordance with all the guidelines and protocols for Covid-19 established by the government.

Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister, Y S Jagan Mohan Reddy has ordered officials to reform the NEP school by August 16th.

The Madhya Pradesh government has reopened the schools for 11th and 12th grades, with 50% attendance starting July 26th. According to the standard operating procedure (POS), it is planned to resume physics classes for students in standards 9 and 10 once a week from 5 August.