Sisodia said: “People are slowly returning to their normal lives. Over the next two to three months, the full focus will be on emotional well-being. The learning gap will be closed. Online was never the solution, but a stop- There was a gap- regulation.” Madan Singh Rawat, father of a student studying at the school, said: “The children are very excited to be back after two years. We hope that the classes will only be physical and not through the online mode. Children have suffered a lot during online classes, they lost the ability to interact with the teachers.”
Another parent said: “Both parents and students feel very energized and happy after coming back to school after two years.” Ms. Sakshi Sharma, a student, said: “It is good to go to school after two years. Through PTM, children learn about their shortcomings through this PTM.” Another student Anju said: “We feel great coming back to school after two years. Manish Sisodia sir is also here to inspire us.”
The Directorate of Education (DOE) said this Mega Parents Teachers Meeting (PTM) will be organized in all schools under the Delhi government from April 2 to discuss the academic performance of students returning to classes after a nearly two-year hiatus. . Mega PTM runs today from 8.30am to 12.30pm in the morning shift schools and from 2pm to 6pm in the evening shift schools.
The Arvind-Kejriwal-led government in Delhi launched Mega PTM Sessions in 2016, with the aim of facilitating a communication platform for teachers and parents of students.
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