Council Schools Open, School Has Returned To Its Glory

Teacher teaching in upper primary school Rampur Maniharan.
– Photo : SAHARANPUR

Saharanpur. Classes of six to eight in council schools started from Tuesday. Ten to 15 percent of the students reached the school on the first day. But Ronak returned with the presence of children in schools that had been deserted for months. Followed the guidelines for prevention from Corona.
Council schools open from eight in the morning. Children reached school wearing masks. The teachers sanitized the hands of the children. Even in classes, a distance of two yards was kept between the children. In many places, parents also reached the school and talked to the teachers. AD Basic Yograj Singh and District Basic Education Officer Ambareesh Kumar inspected the schools. District Basic Education Officer said that the government has ordered to conduct classes with 50 percent children. This is the reason why less numbers have been seen on the first day. He said that as per the order of the government, the consent of the parents is being taken first to send the children to the school. It is expected that the number will increase in the next ten days. The situation will be better after classes one to five start from September 1.
Schools of CBSE and UP Board also opened
Even though there was no separate order for the conduct of classes six to eight in the secondary schools of the UP Board, but many schools have started conducting classes from Tuesday. As there was preliminary qualifying examination at 21 centres. Classes could not be conducted in such schools. On the other hand, classes 6 to 8 were also conducted in CBSE schools from Tuesday. On the first day, along with studies, prayer meetings and sports are also organized. After several months there was enthusiasm among the students who returned to the schools.

Children and headmaster present in Upper Primary School Dalheri.– Photo : SAHARANPUR

Upper Primary School Tota Tanda.

Upper Primary School Tota Tanda.– Photo : SAHARANPUR

Children sitting with social distance at Nanauta Lord Krishna Public School.

Children sitting with social distance at Nanauta Lord Krishna Public School.– Photo : SAHARANPUR

Saharanpur. Classes of six to eight in council schools started operating from Tuesday. Ten to 15 percent of the students reached the school on the first day. But Ronak returned with the presence of children in schools that had been deserted for months. Followed the guidelines for prevention from Corona.

Council schools open from eight in the morning. Children came to school wearing masks. The teachers sanitized the hands of the children. Even in classes, a distance of two yards was kept between the children. In many places, parents also reached the school and talked to the teachers. AD Basic Yograj Singh and District Basic Education Officer Ambareesh Kumar inspected the schools. District Basic Education Officer said that the government has ordered to conduct classes with 50 percent children. This is the reason why less numbers have been seen on the first day. He said that as per the order of the government, the consent of the parents is being taken first to send the children to the school. It is expected that the number will increase in the next ten days. The situation will be better after classes one to five starts from September 1.

Schools of CBSE and UP Board also opened

Even though there was no separate order for the conduct of classes six to eight in the secondary schools of the UP Board, but many schools have started conducting classes from Tuesday. As there was preliminary qualifying examination at 21 centres. Classes could not be conducted in such schools. On the other hand, classes 6 to 8 were also conducted in CBSE schools from Tuesday. On the first day, along with studies, prayer meetings and sports are also organized. After several months there was enthusiasm among the students who returned to the schools.

Children and headmaster present in Upper Primary School Dalheri.

Children and headmaster present in Upper Primary School Dalheri.– Photo : SAHARANPUR

Upper Primary School Tota Tanda.

Upper Primary School Tota Tanda.– Photo : SAHARANPUR

Children sitting with social distance at Nanauta Lord Krishna Public School.

Children sitting with social distance at Nanauta Lord Krishna Public School.– Photo : SAHARANPUR

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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