In view of the decline in COVID cases, Navodaya Vidyalaya Samiti has also announced the resumption of Jawahar Navodaya Vidyalayas (JNVs) for offline classes with 50 per cent capacity from August 31. JNVs will reopen for class 9 to class 12 students in a phased manner. An official statement issued in this regard also said that students will be allowed to attend classes and stay in hostels only with the consent of the parents. Classes are being resumed in JNV offline mode but the provision of online education will also continue during this period.
each JNV To SOP have to prepare
It has also been said in the official statement that arrangements have also been made to ensure the mental and physical health and well-being of the students through proper counseling. Explain that each JNV will have to prepare its own Standard Operating Procedure (SOP) or guidelines based on the guidelines of the government regarding reopening of schools in offline mode.
Many states are going to open schools in September
Significantly, many states including UP, Delhi, Haryana have announced to start offline classes from September 1 in view of the decrease in the number of Kovid-19 cases. Several states like Assam, Telangana have also announced reopening of colleges and other higher education institutions. Most of the states have issued guidelines and SOPs by the students as well as the school authorities for the resumption of offline classes.
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