The students were happy to return to school after a gap of about three months. Educational institutions in the state were closed for physical education in April when the case of Kovid-19 was on the rise.
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However, citing a recent declining trend in coronavirus cases in the state, the Haryana government last week announced the reopening of schools for grades 9 to 12, allowing students to re-enter physical classes only with the written permission of parents. However, officials said that students were not forced to come to school as online classes were running.
An official spokesperson had earlier said that the state government has decided to open the institutes in phases so that students from class eight to eight can also go to school from July 23.
The students, meanwhile, said they were happy to be back at school.
“While the epidemic was being taught online, there is no substitute for physical classes. We are very happy to be back at our school where we can talk to our teachers without hesitation, ask as many questions as we can and clear our doubts.” Also, someone is happy to meet our friends after a long time, ”a 9th grader told reporters at a government school in Snippet.
Another student from Gurgaon said, “We are happy that schools have reopened. Special attention is paid to the physical classroom environment when online learning is limited. Also, mobile connection or using mobile or desktop does not cause problems. .
Many teachers also said that they were happy to see their students return to school after a long absence.
“Physical classroom teaching is always easy. Moreover, there are some things where students are able to understand better in a regular classroom environment … We hope that the situation at Kovid has improved over the past year and has been very difficult for students as well as teachers,” said Gurgaon. A school teacher said.
Detailed guidelines and SOPs have been issued by the state education department which schools need to follow.
Although school hours have been reduced, only one student is now allowed to sit at a desk, and sharing food or stationery items is prohibited. A distance of at least six feet should be maintained between the two students, and the desk where the students should sit should have name tags as per the guidelines.
Students should undergo thermal scanning and hand sanitation at the school entrance. Officials said the masks should be inspected and provision should be made to provide one if a student is found not wearing a face cover, officials said.
To ensure social distance, schools will work on only 50 percent of the student energy at a given time and students will be urged to rotate, they added.