Schools In Srinagar Reopen For Classes 10, 12 with COVID-19 protocols in place
Schools In Srinagar Reopen For Classes 10, 12 with COVID-19 protocols in place

Jammu: After remaining shut for months to prevent the spread of coronavirus, various schools reopened on Monday for students of Classes 10 and 12 across Jammu in accordance with the fresh government guidelines, officials said. However, they said the attendance in both private and government schools for the two classes was low but expected to pick up in the coming days.

It is being reported that  Students were seen happy and enthusiastic at the resumption of physical classes.

Many higher education institutions have commenced functioning for vaccinated students early this month. According to the latest Covid containment guidelines issued by State Executive Committee chairperson and Chief Secretary Arun Kumar Mehta, the government allowed schools to reopen for Classes 10 and 12 for in-person teaching with certain conditions, including permission from the deputy commissioner concerned and strict adherence of Covid-appropriate behaviour.

It is further  said only those students who have a negative COVID-19 report were allowed to enter the school premises after proper screening and hand sanitisation."All the classrooms have already been sanitised and proper seating arrangements have been made in each class to maintain social distance, the authorities said


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