Reopening: From today schools will open in these states

Reopening-There is a steady decline in cases of corona infection in the country, as lockdown restrictions are being relaxed as well. In this sequence, schools began to reopen in all states. Although schools have been opened in many states and many are preparing to open. From today, schools are also opening in Punjab, Uttarakhand and Jharkhand. State governments have also issued guidelines for schools and have also called for strict adherence to the Covid Protocol. Let us know which state has set the conditions for opening the school.

Schools of all classes open in Punjab (Reopening)

schools were reopened for all Punjab classrooms on Monday August 2, i.e. from today. However, during this period, it is mandatory for schools to follow the Covid guidelines. Vaccination of staff is also necessary. Let us tell you that in Punjab the upper classes i.e. 11th and 12th grade schools were opened from July 26th. Meanwhile, the option of online learning-teaching has also been pursued.

Open schools from grades 9 to 12 in Uttarakhand
Schools from class 9 to class 12 have been opened in Uttarakhand as of today. At the same time, schools from 6th to 8th will be open from August 16. However, parental consent has been made compulsory for children coming to school. Schools will also have to fully follow the Kovid protocol. The order issued by the government states that schools will have to appoint a nodal officer who will ensure the smooth running of COVID on the part of students and take action in the event of a violation. According to the decree, it is mandatory for all students, teachers and staff to wear masks, respect social distancing and wash their hands frequently. The ordinance states that if symptoms such as fever, cough or cold are observed on school premises, the nodal manager should immediately notify the district administration and health officials in consultation with the school administration. school and principal. In addition, teachers Staff members and students residing on the school premises will only be admitted to the school after production of the RT-PCR test report within 48 hours. The ordinance also says that schools will follow a “hybrid mode” of education, where lessons will be delivered simultaneously both physically and online via live streaming to mobiles and devices. At the same time, schools will not be open for children in grades 1 through 5 in the state, and student education will continue in online-only mode.

In Jharkhand (Reopening) also open schools from 9 to 12
Also in Jharkhand, schools from class 9 to class 12 were opened from today. However, a condition has been imposed for this that the corona infection rate in the respective districts should be 1% in the last seven days. Significantly, the state-level body of parents of pupils opposed the move and said the government should wait a bit longer given the threat of a possible third wave of the corona epidemic before ordering the reopening of schools. . Let us know that after the start of the second wave of corona infection in March of this year, schools and colleges were closed. At the recent cabinet meeting chaired by Chief Minister Bhupesh Baghel, the decision was taken to reopen the schools. Guidelines have been issued for schools such that it is mandatory for children, teachers and staff to wear masks,

Schools from 10 to 12 open in Himachal Pradesh from today

Grade 10 to 12 schools have been opened in Himachal Pradesh from today. At the same time, students in grades V to VIII can go to school with their study-related problems. Explain that the schools were strictly ordered to follow Kovid-19’s good behavior.

Schools have been opened in these states.
It is worth noting that schools have been reopened in states like Maharashtra, Bihar, Andhra Pradesh, Maharashtra, etc. However, it was not made compulsory for students to attend school during this period. The decision to open schools in the same capital Delhi and Tamil Nadu has not yet been taken.

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