Health Ministry issues revised SOPs for conducting exams during Covid19
Ministry of health issued guidelines for exams during corona period. The Central Government issued the revised Standard Operating Procedure (SOP) on Thursday for the examination in the corona transition period.
The Ministry of Health and Family Welfare has allowed schools to reopen for resuming the face-to face method of learning from September 21. The ministry has issued a set of guidelines for holding these classes.
At the same time Ministry of health issued guidelines for exams during corona period. The Central Government issued the revised Standard Operating Procedure (SOP) on Thursday for the examination in the corona transition period.
Face mask is compulsory (File Photo)
Revised guidelines issued by Health Ministry:
Guidelines for the exam were released last week, which have now been amended. In its guidelines, the Union Health Ministry has given a way to reach the examination center and conduct the examination.
According to the guidelines issued by the Ministry of Health, it is necessary to have a second of six feet between the seats of two people in the examination centers.
All candidates will be required to install a facemask.
Spitting will be prohibited after admission to the examination center.
Aarogya Setu in phone is compulsory:
Everyone must have the Aarogya Setu App.
Examination controllers will examine the rules of social distancing.
After online examination, it will be necessary to sanitize computer, mouse, keyboard, desk.
If the rooms have AC, all the temperature will be 24 to 30 degrees.
The examination program will be planned in a systematic manner so that there will not be too much crowd at the examination center.
Institutions, examination conduct officers or examination centers will also have to make proper arrangement of sanitizer, soap etc. for students and employees.
Examination centers will essentially have a system of hand cleaning and thermal screening.