Delhi, UP Schools Reopening Update: In view of the steady decline in the cases of infection, schools and colleges have opened in many states of the country. In this episode, even in the national capital Delhi, from today (September 1, Wednesday) the school is returning to its glory. In fact, from today, the schools of class 9 to 12 are reopening in Delhi. At the same time, schools of primary classes will be opened in Uttar Pradesh from today. However, during this it is mandatory to follow the Kovid-19 protocol.
Schools of 9th to 12th opened in Delhi from today
Of course, schools for classes 9th to 12th are being opened in Delhi from today with 50 percent capacity but the Delhi government has clarified that no student will be physically forced to attend classes, as many of the national capital’s Schools have also opted for a ‘wait-and-watch’ strategy to see how the situation progresses before calling all their students.
DDMA has issued guidelines
The Delhi Disaster Management Authority (DDMA) had also issued guidelines for the reopening of the school on Monday. According to which, along with social distancing and wearing of masks, only 50 percent students have been allowed in the classes. Apart from these, thermal screening has been made mandatory. Lunch break will be in open space to follow social distance. In the classes, there will be a seating arrangement for the students at a distance. At the same time, students, teachers and non-teaching staff living in the Kovid-19 containment zone will not be allowed to physically attend the classes as per the guidelines of DDMA.
According to the guidelines to DDMA, “Schools and colleges will have to prepare a time table according to the range of classes, following the Kovid-19 rules. A maximum of 50 percent of the students in each class can be called on the basis of ability.
Schools from class 1 to 5 open in Uttar Pradesh from today
Schools from class 1 to 5 are being opened in UP from today. During this, it has been made mandatory for schools to follow the Kovid-19 guideline. At the same time, according to the guidelines issued by the state government, it is necessary to follow the mask and social distance in schools. The schools will be operated in two shifts. Classes will be held in 2 shifts of 4-4 hours in schools. Only 50 percent students are allowed in the class in a shift. At the same time, online classes will continue along with offline.
It should be noted that attendance of students in schools has not been made compulsory. Students who will attend classes physically will have to show written approval of the parents. Earlier on August 24, schools from classes 6 to 8 were also opened in Uttar Pradesh. On 16th August, schools, universities, colleges and coaching institutes were opened from 9th to 12th.
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