On Monday, he said, the deputy commissioner, Rajouri, Rajesh K presided over a meeting to review the education department’s arrangements for reopening schools in Shavan district.
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The Jammu and Kashmir administration on Sunday allowed higher education institutions and schools to reopen for classes 10 and 12 with certain conditions and decided to maintain most of the guidelines for Covid-19 control, including night curfew. DC on Monday instructed school principals to ensure strict adherence to the Covid standard operating system to ensure the safety of students. He directed the concerned authorities to check all the students “as soon as possible” and ensure that the schools are reopened within two days.
He said random examinations of students would also be conducted regularly by a special team to avoid the risk of infection.
The meeting was informed that after a long hiatus due to the Kovid-1 pandemic epidemic, schools in Jammu and Kashmir would be reopened for 10th and 12th class students with 50 per cent capacity.
He said schools would be closed for on-site and in-person education except for the relaxation provided for 10th and 12th class students.
As per the guidelines, classes with more than 50 per cent capacity outside of capacity will be allowed for Class XII students with personal attendance.
The district has more than 12,000 school going students of class X and XII.
The DC asked the chief education officer to ensure the functional toilets and drinking water facilities in all the schools in their respective regions.
It was clarified that all students would be allowed to take classes in private schools for the Covid-1 test.
The DC issued instructions to the college principals to vaccinate all college-going students 100 percent.
Special vaccination camps will also be organized to vaccinate students and as per the instructions no student will enter the college with them till they get the vaccination certificate.
Principals were also told to urge students to encourage their family members to be vaccinated for Covid-1 for as soon as possible.
The Deputy Commissioner emphasized the need to take care of the health, safety and psychological aspects of the students after the resumption of physical classes. He also directed the heads of the educational institutions to ensure proper cleanliness and sanitation.
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