Schools are open again in Jammu for primary classes from today. Children appeared happy with the opening of school. School was closed here for about 11 months. Guidelines issued by the government are also being followed in schools.
Jammu: After a gap of about 11 months in Jammu, all schools were opened for primary classes also from today. At the same time, the administration has also issued several protocols for the protection of young children.
The school education department of the state has also instructed all schools to follow important protocols in this regard. In these protocols, it has been made mandatory for every student to wear a sanitizer and mask. Along with this, it has also been made necessary for children to wear hand gloves.
Schools have also been instructed to make necessary social distance between these children. Also, the schools have been instructed to divide the children of each class into two parts and call them to school on alternate days.
Children are happy with the opening of school
In Jammu where children appeared happy with the opening of school. At the same time, there was a lot of enthusiasm among the parents too. Parents say that studying online was affecting children’s abilities. It is worth mentioning that earlier the state government had instructed to open all the colleges and universities of the state along with children from ninth to twelfth in all schools of Jammu and Kashmir.
Significantly, from today onwards, schools have been opened in Rajasthan Bihar, Odisha and Uttarakhand also under the compliance of Corona Guidelines. In Bihar, students of classes 6 to 8 today opened their schools for the first time in 10 months. Schools have been asked to ensure adherence to COVID-19 guidelines.
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