Following the significant improvement in the coveted situation in the national capital, the Delhi government on Friday announced that schools, colleges and coaching institutes for classes 9 to 12 would be reopened from September 1.
“Our centers were open today, but then it was mainly to help students with their questions and doubts. There weren’t every ‘physical class’. However, we will start our class 11-12 batch and have regular classes from 6 September.” “Sourav Kumar, National Director, Educationist, Vidyamandir.
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He said about 55 per cent students have shown interest in participating in physical classes, and the institute is fully prepared and following every safety protocol as directed by the government.
Akash Chowdhury, whose AESL also saw a “limited opening” on Wednesday, said its centers would be fully reopened soon.
“During the lockdown, we started online mentoring for our students so that they would not miss their studies. All precautionary measures to ensure that students remain safe,” he said.
The institute, best known for its medical coaching, will facilitate proper crowd management in non-communicative attendance, parking lots, corridors and lifts across all its branches to reduce the risk of Kovid-1 spreading.
According to Manoj K. Jha, director of the GS Score Institute, both faculty and students will be “excited” to join the center and re-open many missed offline classes and “re-open” the already started ones in “phases”.
“A large number of students registering for our mock test series say that students are not willing to come back. However, this does not mean that everything is fine. For example, parents are concerned about how safe it is. After Kovid they went back to their respective homes and now can’t join us for economic reasons, ”Jha said, adding that the institute’s roll call has about 1,000 students.
“But that said, we’re on the verge of reopening our institute completely, and following all safety protocols, be it wearing a mask, sanitizing the classroom after regular breaks, or allowing only 50 percent occupancy,” he added.
Narina is in no hurry to open something more like Maximus Academy and, in fact, has decided to continue “online learning” for the time being.
Neeraj Tanwar, owner of Maximus Academy, said, “We don’t know when we will open and whether it will happen soon. We have decided to wait and see and only continue online classes for now.”
Compared to the pre-epidemic period, only one-third of his student strength is currently enrolled in coaching centers that provide tuition in physics, chemistry, math and biology for students in grades 11-12.
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