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The new parliament building, which has an ambitious target of completion by October this year, is almost halfway through with 44% of the work for the new building completed at a cost of Rs 480 crore committed so far , Parliament informed on Tuesday.
The government’s objective is to hold the winter session of Parliament in the new building. 80% of works for the redeveloped Central Vista Avenue or the Rajpath have been completed at Rs 441 crore while physical progress for the Vice President’s Enclave is at 3% and the three new Joint Secretariat buildings are also at 3% with Rs 243 crore spent so far, according to a response to Parliament by the Ministry of Housing and Urban Affairs.
With classes going completely offline from April 1, Delhi’s public schools will set aside two hours a day during the first term of the school year for reading, writing, numeracy and student welfare until to class IX.
While schools opened on February 7 for grades IX-XII and February 14 for younger students, they are operating in hybrid mode – it is optional for students to take classes offline. However, from April 1, the ability to take lessons remotely will be removed and schools will resume operating completely offline for the first time since the pandemic began.