Chaar Maah Baad Khule Skool, Badhee Chahal-pahal – Schools open after four months, increased activity

Gyanpur. After four months in the schools from class VI to VIII in the district, education started from Tuesday. The excitement increased as the children came to school. On the first day, when the children came to know about each other, the teachers made them aware about the prevention of corona epidemic. The attendance of children on the first day ranged from 30 to 35 percent. All educational institutions were closed since March 15 due to the second wave of Corona. When the pace of infection stopped, schools opened from July 1, but there was a ban on the arrival of children. From August 16, education started in secondary and inter college. On Tuesday, teaching-learning started in schools from class VI to VIII. On the first day a large number of children were excited to reach the school. Ramesh Kumar, a Class VII student of former secondary school Gyanpur, said that he had reached the school only at eight in the morning. Studying at home was getting disrupted. Santosh, a student of primary school Gyanpur I, said that the decision to open the school is right. We ourselves have to be cautious about Kovid. 48 thousand registered in government pre-secondary schools, while in private schools about 60 thousand children reached 30 to 35 percent on the first day. School-going children were screened. District Basic Education Officer Bhupendra Narayan Singh said that by issuing advisory to protect against Kovid, he instructed to follow 100 percent. He said that instructions have been given to make arrangements for following the distance of two yards, compulsory wearing of masks, sanitizing hands etc. Said that if the system is not found in the investigation, then action will be taken. He said that the number of students was less on the first day of the school opening after four months. As the reading and reading becomes normal, the numbers will also be fine.

Gyanpur. After four months in the schools from class VI to VIII in the district, education started from Tuesday. The excitement increased as the children came to school. On the first day, when the children came to know about each other, the teachers made them aware about the prevention of corona epidemic. The attendance of children on the first day ranged from 30 to 35 percent. All educational institutions were closed since March 15 due to the second wave of Corona. When the pace of infection stopped, schools opened from July 1, but there was a ban on the arrival of children. From August 16, education started in secondary and inter college. On Tuesday, teaching-learning started in schools from class VI to VIII. On the first day a large number of children were excited to reach the school. Ramesh Kumar, a Class VII student of former secondary school Gyanpur, said that he had reached the school only at eight in the morning. Studying at home was getting disrupted. Santosh, a student of primary school Gyanpur I, said that the decision to open the school is right. We ourselves have to be cautious about Kovid. Of the 48 thousand registered in government pre-secondary schools, 30 to 35 percent of about 60 thousand children in private schools reached on the first day. School going children were screened. District Basic Education Officer Bhupendra Narayan Singh said that by issuing advisory to protect against Kovid, he instructed to follow 100 percent. He said that instructions have been given to make arrangements for following the distance of two yards, compulsory wearing of masks, sanitizing hands etc. Said that if the system is not found in the investigation, then action will be taken. He said that the number of students was less on the first day of the school opening after four months. As the reading and reading becomes normal, the numbers will also be fine. .

( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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