Students of Delhi’s government school will now be able to take Happiness Classes from home amid the lockdown due to Corona virus. Delhi’s Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia announced on Saturday that the Happiness class is going to start for about eight lakh children in Delhi from Sunday. He said that children will be able to join the Happiness class from their home.
Manish Sisodia also has the Education Department of Delhi and is credited for improving the education system in the capital’s government schools and including the Happiness Class in the curriculum. The Happiness class of Delhi’s government school has drawn attention in the entire world.
According to the tweet from the Twitter handle of Aam Aadmi Party, Sisodia said, “Happiness class will be done for children studying in government schools of Delhi. 8 lakh children will join the special class of Happiness Course and Mission Foundation from tomorrow. ”
Happiness class to be conducted at home for Delhi Govt. school kids.
— AAP (@AamAadmiParty) April 11, 2020
Classes will take place through video conferencing due to Corona virus being closed in the capital amid nationwide lockdown. Sisodia said that Happenus class has an important role in this difficult time. He has been cited, in which he said, “Happiness class in this difficult time will be very important to give positive atmosphere to our children at home.”
Happiness class is conducted in more than 1 thousand schools in Delhi from Nursery to VIII. It is about 45 minutes, in which mediation, importance of education, mental exercises are done so that things like depression and intolerance can be reduced in children.
Sisodia also spoke to Delhi school teachers on Saturday about how to include children in the class room from their homes. Significantly, 166 new cases of corona virus infection were reported in Delhi on Saturday. There are 128 tabligi associated with Markaj. With this, the total number of cases of Delhi Corona virus infection has reached 1069. 712 of these patients are associated with tablighi Jamaat. In Corona virus infection in Delhi, five people have died in the last 24 hours.