Schools to Reopen from tomorrow in these four states (PC: Social Media)
New Delhi: Schools that have been closed for months due to Corona crisis are going to open from Monday i.e. today. In this, schools in the national capital Delhi and Rajasthan schools will reopen from today.
However, in view of the board exams in Delhi, currently only schools for students of 10th and 12th are being opened, while in Rajasthan, 9 to 12th grade schools are being opened.
Schools opening in Delhi from today
In fact, schools have been closed for the last 10 months due to Corona virus. On the other hand, after the announcement of the dates of the CBSE board exam recently, Delhi and Rajasthan schools are being opened from today, taking the decision to open Delhi schools and resume online education for Class XII students. However, for this, the government has implemented some rules, which are very important to know.
New guidelines for Delhi school
Schools for students of 10-12th are opening in Delhi.
Handwashing consoles and sanitizers will be provided in schools corridors.
Students will be called in two batches. Half the children of a class will be called one day and half the children the next day.
Children have to bring a Consent Form from their parents before coming to school.
Children must bring a bottle of food and water. No sharing of food will be allowed.
Only those schools that are outside the containment zone will be opened.
Schools Colleges opening in Rajasthan:
Both the state governments have issued new guidelines regarding opening of schools. Under this, first of all it will be mandatory for all staff including children to apply mask and use of sanitizer.
Guidelines for school in Rajasthan
In Rajasthan, classes from 9th to 12th are starting in schools from tomorrow.
Apart from this, the last year classes of the university, college, coaching centers and government training institutes will open from tomorrow.
Classes will be divided into two batches in all school-colleges. 50 percent of the students will be present on the first day and the remaining 50 percent will take class on the second day.
The Department of Health is training teachers to prevent infection.
Other health rules, including safe distance and masks, must be fully adhered to.
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