For the four days of the G20 Leader’s summit that are set to take place in New Delhi in September. Delhi’s schools and offices may stay closed or go online.
According to sources, because of the major event, schools and colleges may be urged to switch to an online environment, and workplaces may be asked to allow employees to work from home between September 8 and 11. There may soon be a warning that only absolutely necessary travel and activities are permitted during these four days.
Due to the massive G20 event, it may be suggested that schools, universities, and offices switch to an online mode and work from home between September 8 and 11. Next month’s G20 summit will take place in Delhi’s Bharat Mandapam Exhibition-Convention Centre.
The private schools association’s president, Bharat Arora, stated in an interview that private schools in Delhi support the government of India’s attempts to host the renowned G20 Leaders’ Summit. It’s a significant time for our nation.
Private schools collaborate to provide a smooth event as our city welcomes world leaders. We’re prepared to use online learning from September 8 to 11 with safety precautions. We are helping to make this historic event a success. We send the G20 our very best wishes for success.
Dedicated Zones for Heavy Traffic
Vehicle movements can be restricted in some places. People might only be allowed to travel and engage in certain activities during the four days that they need to. The G20 member’s entourage will consist of thousands of people. The government is getting ready to take important steps, to assure guests of easy, traffic-free transit across the city.
According to an official, there will be heavy traffic restrictions in many areas of Delhi such as Satya Marg, Shanti Path, Niti Marg, Kautilya Marg, Sardar Patel Marg, and Mother Teresa Crescent. Furthermore, Janpath, Kartavya Path, C-Hexagon, Purana Qila Road, Akbar Road, Subramaniam Bharti Marg, and Teen Murti Marg. During the Summit, hawkers won’t be permitted to set up shop in Lutyens’ Delhi, the official continued.
These Nation’s Presidents Will Take Part
The G20 Leader’s summit is anticipated to draw numerous heads of state and diplomats, including US President Joe Biden, Chinese Premier Xi Jinping, Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, and French President Emmanuel Macron. While the majority of the leaders will probably depart the nation on September 11 after the Summit is over.
The gathering will also include attendees from international bodies like the United Nations (UN) and the International Monetary Fund (IMF). In addition, India has invited representatives from the Asian Development Bank, the International Solar Alliance, Bangladesh, Egypt, UAE, and Mauritius.
G20 Summit’s FAQs
A- Schools and offices will remain closed and go online during the G20 event.
A- G-20 meeting will cause schools and offices to go online for 4 days.
A- “Vasudhaiva Kutumbakam” or “One Earth – One Family – One Future” has been chosen by India as the theme for its G20 Presidency.
A- G20 will be held in Delhi’s IECC, Pragati Maidan.
A- G-20 will be in session for 3 days.