Renewal of UP schools in Delhi In this issue, the school is returning to its glory in the national capital, Delhi, today (Wednesday, September 1). In fact, from today, 9th to 12th grade schools are reopening in Delhi. At the same time, the primary classes schools will be opened from today in Uttar Pradesh. However, it is mandatory to follow the Kovid-19 protocol at this time.
Schools from 9 to 12 will be opened in Delhi from today
Of course, 9th to 12th grade schools are opening in Delhi with 50 per cent capacity from today but the Delhi government has made it clear that no students will be physically compelled to attend class, as many schools in the national capital have also been selected. Waiting strategy to see how the situation progresses before calling all their students.
DDMA Issued guidelines
The Delhi Disaster Management Authority (DDMA) on Monday issued guidelines for reopening the school. Accordingly, in addition to social distance and mask wear, only 50 percent of students are allowed in classes. Beyond these, thermal screening is mandatory. The lunch break will be in an open space to bridge the social gap. In the classroom, there is a seating arrangement for students in the distance. At the same time, students, teachers and non-teaching staff living in the Kovid-19 containment zone are not physically allowed to attend classes as per DDMA guidelines.
According to the guidelines for the DDMA, “Following the Kovid-19 rules, schools and colleges must prepare a schedule according to the class of classes, with a maximum of 50 percent of each class of students being called on a competency basis.
Schools from 1st to 5th grade are open from today
Schools are being opened from 1st to 5th grade in UP. At this time, it is mandatory for schools to follow the Kovid-19 Guidelines. At the same time, according to the guidelines issued by the state government, it is necessary to follow the mask and social gaps in schools. Schools will be managed in two ways. There are 4-4 hours of classes in schools. Only 50 percent of students are allowed in the classroom. At the same time, online classes continue to be offline.
It should be noted that the attendance of students in schools is not compulsory. Students attending classes physically will need to show parental written consent. Earlier on August 24, schools in Uttar Pradesh were opened from 6th to 8th grade. On August 16, schools, universities, colleges and training institutions opened from 9 am to 12 pm.
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