Haryana School Open News: The government has given the date for the opening of schools from 10th to 12th in Haryana, these facilities to the students

Chandigarh: The Haryana government has decided to reopen the schools in the state. In Haryana, from February 1, all the schools from class 10th to 12th will open, although the decision to open the lower class schools has not been taken yet. State Education Minister Kanwar Pal Gurjar gave this information. The decision to resume offline school for students of classes 1 to 9 will be taken later and possibly after February 15. The Education Minister said that so far about 75 school going children have received their first dose of vaccine, so there is not much risk associated with them. We are waiting for the rest of us junior kids. However, he said that the school management along with the students will also have to ensure Covid-appropriate behaviour. Students of classes 10 to 12 also have the option of attending online classes.

Demand to start all classes
Meanwhile the managements of private school associations have reiterated their demands to start schools for all classes. Only educational institutions and schools can provide the best and safest environment to the children. We wonder how a child is safer in the market and liquor stores than going to school. The government is only avoiding the sentiments of the school management which are already suffering. Kulbhushan Sharma, president of Federation of Private Schools of Haryana, told TOI. Twelve people lost their lives to the coronavirus in Haryana on Sunday, taking the death toll in the state to 10,177, while the number of infections rose to 9,08,819 with 7,516 fresh cases. 2,102 fresh cases have been reported from the worst-affected Gurugram district.

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