School Reopening: Schools Are Opening With Covid-19 Protocol In Many States Of The Country From Today, See List Here

School Reopening Update: After being closed for months due to the havoc of the Corona epidemic, schools will once again see activity in many states from today. In fact, in view of the decline in the number of Kovid cases, schools are being opened in physical mode in all the states from today. During this, the state governments have also given strict instructions to the schools to compulsorily follow the Kovid-19 guidelines. Let us know here in which states schools are opening from today.

Tamil Nadu

Schools of class 9th to 12th are opening in the state of Tamil Nadu from today with 50 percent capacity. The government has also issued an SOP for the reopening of schools, according to which schools will function six days a week and classes and sections will be divided into batches of maximum 20 students, who will sit in a room, the SOP said. That if additional rooms are not available in the schools, the students will be called on alternate days. Along with this, the state government has also said that the presence of students in schools has not been made mandatory. Along with offline classes, the option of online classes will also continue.

Delhi

Schools are being opened for the students of class 9 to 12 in the national capital Delhi from 1st September i.e. today. The Delhi Disaster Management Authority (DDMA) has also issued guidelines regarding the opening of schools, which are mandatory to follow. Under this, thermal screening has been made mandatory in schools in addition to masks and social distancing. Lunch break will be in open space. In classes, students will leave one seat and sit. Along with this, the government has said that students, teachers and other employees living in containment zones of Kovid will not be allowed to come to schools and colleges. The government also said that online classes will continue along with offline classes.

Rajasthan

Schools, universities, colleges and coaching institutes are opening in Rajasthan for classes 9th to 12th from September 1 i.e. today. Classes sessions will be conducted and 50 percent students have been allowed to attend classes in each session. At present, the government has not made any announcement about when schools will open for small classes.

Uttar Pradesh

Schools have been opened for primary classes (classes 1 to 5) in UP from today. Earlier, schools from class 9th to 12th have been opened in the state. During this, it has been made mandatory for schools to follow the Kovid-19 protocol. Along with this, it has been said that if the situation of Kovid worsens then schools can be closed again. from today in UP Children will also go to study in madrassa. The Basic Education Council has formed a team for monitoring. Sanitation and sanitation work will be done in schools every day. Along with education, instructions have been given to pay full attention to the safety of children. It should be noted that attendance of students in schools has not been made compulsory.

Madhya Pradesh

Schools for classes 6 to 12 are being opened in Madhya Pradesh from today. Earlier, the government had allowed students of classes 9 to 12 to attend schools. It will be mandatory for students to get written permission from their parents for coming to school, school management and parents will have to ensure compliance of Kovid-19 protocol.

Tripura

Schools of students of classes 6 to 12 as well as other higher educational institutions have been reopened in the state of Tripura from September 1. All schools will have to work in single or double shifts depending on the space available in the classrooms.

Telangana

Schools are reopening in Telangana state from September 1. In all educational institutions including schools as well as colleges and coaching centers, classes are starting in physical mode from today.

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