The 9th to 12th schools will be opened in Rajasthan from September 1 onwards. On Tuesday, the State Department of Education issued the Standard Operating Procedure (SOP) on school openings, which must be adhered to. Along with this, school education minister Govind Singh Dotasra also said the department has decided to reduce the school curriculum by 30 per cent and now students will be evaluated every month.
The curriculum has been reduced by 30 per cent
“Because of Kovid-19, schools have not been able to resume classes in the last three months, resulting in a loss of study. Taken from “
There will be exams each month for students to evaluate
He said, “The department is ready for the third wave of Kovid-19, and we have now decided to take tests every month and evaluate students. The results of these tests will be used in the future, when needed. To evaluate students.”
SOP Necessary to follow
The minister expressed hope that the center would soon issue a coronavirus guideline so that it could open schools for young children. He said that the state government is in touch with the Indian Medical Research Council and the chief ministers frequently discuss the situation with experts and doctors. Dotasara said any decision will be taken in view of the situation. He said it is mandatory to follow the SOP issued by the department and teachers should take both doses of the vaccine.
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