Middle schools opened in Haryana from today: 50% of the children were called; Written consent of parents is necessary, classes will be held from 9 to 12 o’clock

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The Education Department has instructed the schools to strictly follow the Corona rules.  - Dainik Bhaskar

The Education Department has instructed the schools to strictly follow the Corona rules.

Schools from class 6th to 8th have also opened in Haryana from today. Earlier on July 16, schools were opened for the children of classes 9th to 12th. But only 50 percent of the children have been called to the school. The written consent of the parents will be required.

In government schools, there are 210977 students in class VI, 195643 in class 7 and 199971 in class 8. Whereas in private schools there are 7 lakh students from class 6th to 8th i.e. out of about 13 lakh students, 50% i.e. 6.5 lakh students will go to school daily. At present, no decision has been taken regarding the opening of the primary school.

Compliance with SOP will be mandatory

Officials of the Education Department say that schools must follow the Kovid-19 rules. If a student’s temperature is found to be high, he/she will not be admitted to the school. At the same time, so far only 49 percent schools have uploaded the data of vaccination of staff.

It is mandatory to follow these rules

  1. Entry in the school premises will not be allowed without a mask.
  2. The written consent of the parent is required to attend the school.
  3. Students shall not exchange any material with any other student on the school premises.
  4. Do not shake hands with another student.
  5. No student can change his seat or go to any other class.
  6. Bring your drinking water with you.
  7. If a student feels that he is not feeling well/has fever, he should not come to school.
  8. It will be mandatory to maintain a distance of 6 feet between one child to another.
  9. Not more than 15 students will be seated in a room.

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