Bai Kabibi School and Junior College are located in Bara Bazar area
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Mumbai is ready to welcome students after the school has been closed for more than a year and a half. Speaking to AANI, Ajit Kabaye, a teacher at Bai Kabibi School, said the school administration was very happy to meet the students. The school has been arranged and prepared with all the security measures.
“We are very happy, finally the schools have reopened, we will welcome the students with flowers and sweets,” the teacher said.
“Everything was very good before March 2020 and then the unprecedented Corona changed everything in our lives,” said Dubai, who has been teaching at the Poetry School for almost 20 years.
“After 20 years of reunion with students, it was very difficult to disconnect physically for more than a year and a half, but we were connected through online,” he said.
“Today is a happy moment because students will start coming to school,” Dubai said.
Talking about covid management and precautions, the teacher said that every precaution is in place, the school is fully prepared. Teachers are fully vaccinated, if anyone is still present, attend the RT-PCR test. All reports are negative so there is nothing to worry about.
Dubai further said that there are 20 seating arrangements in a classroom, one student will sit on a single bench.
“All students are asked to wear masks and follow all the instructions of Kovid.
“We are happy, finally the schools have reopened, we are waiting for the students to come,” said Rabindra Gaurab, a staff member at the same school.
Raunak Shah, a ninth-grade student at Sir JJ Fort Boys High School, said he was happy for the offline class and would meet his classmates.
“I am very happy, we will all meet again after many days as friends. We will study well in offline classes, online education was not so good,” he said.
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