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Delhi govt allows training programmes, academic gatherings under unlock-7

As part of unlock-7, Delhi government issued guidelines stating that no permission from DDMA is required for holding training programmes such as Army, police, workers, skill, school, college training

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As part of unlock-7, the government issued guidelines on Sunday stating that no permission from the Disaster Management Authority (DDMA) is required for holding training programmes such as Army, police, workers, skill, school and college training events.

Academic gatherings such as functions, lectures, and other academic programs at school, college have also been allowed.

Auditoriums and assembly halls of schools, educational institutions have also been permitted for educational training and meetings with 50 per cent capacity.

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First Published: Sun, July 11 2021. 17:52 IST
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