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Delhi Schools Reopening: Instructions For Class 10, 12 Students




Schools in Delhi resumes physical classes from tomorrow, January 18, 2021, for classes 10, 12 students. After closed for 10 months since March 19, the government decided to reopen schools in view the upcoming CBSE board exams .
The government issued a set of guidelines according to which no symptomatic staff or student allowed in school campus. COVID-related precautions, includes sanitization of classrooms, wearing of face masks, social distancing mandatorily followed. Students visiting schools subject to parental consent. Similarly the schools allowed to conduct practical classes for preparing students for the practical examinations.

Some key points that student should know before visiting schools:

Orientation: After the reopening of schools, on-campus orientation held for emotional support of students and teachers with physical distancing and hygiene-related guidelines.

Teachers discuss the reduced CBSE syllabus, question papers and the mode of learning adapted accordingly. Schools provide exam-related guidelines and necessary support to students.

As per the guidelines, pre-board exams for Class 10 students held tentatively between March 20 and April 15. For Class 12, pre-boards held tentatively from April 1 to 15.

“Adequate written practice” of solving CBSE sample question papers given.

For class 12 students, marks obtained in the pre-board examination considered as the third periodic assessment. Therefore the design of the pre-board papers “quite similar” to the CBSE board exam 2021.

Winter vacation projects and assignments given to Class 12 students considered as Subject Enrichment Activities (5 marks).

Worksheets provided to the Class 12 students considered as portfolio (5 marks).

Schools conduct multiple assessments from February 1 to the last week of April (for 5 marks).

Visiting schools subject to the written consent of parents. Similarly attendance of students not recorded.

Registered unaided schools allowed to follow the timeline prescribed by the government, or formulate their own time table of exam-related activities.

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