New Delhi.Many states have opened schools amidst ups and downs in Corona cases.In Haryana, Rajasthan, Assam, Jharkhand and Madhya Pradesh, schools have been opened for different class students.During this, Corona Guidelines have also been issued.The students looked very happy when they came to school after a long time.At the same time, Himachal Pradesh and Ladakh schools were closed due to an increase in the cases of Corona.
Open Schools in Madhya Pradesh
After the second wave of Corona, schools have reopened in Madhya Pradesh for classes one to five from Monday.However, at present, schools were opened with 50 percent capacity.During this, the guidelines of Covid-19 are being followed.
Schools open in Haryana after 142 days
Schools open after 142 days for students of classes 1st to 3rd in Haryana.However, the number of students on the first day remained only 30 percent.Schools will be taught from 9 am to 12 noon.However, in view of the education of young children, arrangements were made to follow the mask and the distance of two yards regarding the corona epidemic.
schools open in Assam
Following the COVID guidelines, schools opened for class 10 in Dibrugarh, Assam.The Vice-Principal of Vivekananda Kendra Vidyalaya said that they are following the instructions issued by the government.The sanitizeris kept at the entrance.Social distancing is being taken care of.
Schools of class 6 to 8 open in Rajasthan
Regular classes of 6 to 8 students resumed from Monday in government and private schools in Rajasthan with 50 percent capacity.According to the guidelines issued by the state government, holding of morning prayer meetings and opening of school canteens is not allowed.A teacher of a private school in Jaipur said that the attendance of the students is not mandatory.Online classes continue as before.The attendance of the students is average.Schools reopened for students of classes 9th to 12th from September 1 after being closed for months due to COVID restrictions.
Classes 6 to 8 will open soon in Jharkhand
Offline classes of classes 6 to 8 in government schools of Jharkhand can start from Thursday or Friday.The Department of School Education and Literacy may issue guidelines regarding this on Monday.In this, all the conditions regarding offline classes will be the same, which were issued for the opening of schools for classes 9 to 12.Two-three days will be given to sanitize the schools.After about 18 months in the state, online education of children of class VI and VII and after five months of class VIII will start.
Order to keep all schools in Himachal closed till September 25
The Himachal Pradesh government has issued an order to keep all schools closed till September 25, except residential schools, in view of the cases of the corona.Teachers and non-teaching staff will be present in schools.
Schools closed for 15 days in Ladakh
The administration of the Union Territory of Ladakh has ordered the temporary closure of all schools in Leh district for 15 days from last Saturday amid a spike in corona cases.This order has been issued after dozens of children were found corona infected in a school.
Supreme Court refuses to hear student's application
On the other hand, the Supreme Court has said that it cannot issue an order to send students to school.The top court refused to hear the plea of a Delhi student to start physical classes.Justice DY Chandrachud said that we cannot issue a judicial order that children should be sent to school.
Category: Education: Schools