Schools are opening in many states in India since 19 October. In Punjab, Uttar Pradesh, Himachal Pradesh and Sikkim from Monday 19 October, the Radjaya governments have decided to open school. Let us tell you that schools have been closed since March 13 due to Kovid-19 infection. Earlier, the Ministry of Education had also issued some necessary guidelines for opening schools in a sequential manner from 15 October. However, the states were given the right to decide whether to open or not to open schools. Delhi, Karnataka, Chhattisgarh and Maharashtra have decided not to open schools yet.
School reopening: Classes 9 to 12 will open in UP from Monday, will run in two shifts
School in Uttar Pradesh
Schools in class 9 to 12 can be opened in Uttar Pradesh. The schools will be run in two shifts. Classes 9 and 10 from 8.50 to 11.50 in the morning and classes 11 and 12 from 12.20 to 3.20 will be conducted. While opening the school, the protocol of Kovid 19 will be taken care of. Taking precaution, the state government has not only issued SOP to open the school but has sent more than three dozen officers for inspection.
Schools will open in Punjab from today
1. Students and staff residing in all containment zones in Punjab will not attend the school.
2. Schools will be opened in Punjab for just three hours.
3. Only one student can sit on a desk.
4. To prevent congestion, all the gates of the school will be opened at the time of entry and departure.
School in sikkim
The government of Sikkim has decided to reopen schools in the state in a phased manner from today. Classes will take six days a week and half-day off on Saturday. However, notified government holidays will be granted. Coming to school will not be mandatory. Similarly, classes six to eight will be held from November 2, third, fourth and fifth will be started from November 23.