Most Children Were Seen Without Masks On The First Day

Two children and a teacher present in the upper primary school Teramallu. – Photo : KANNAUJ

Kannauj. Junior schools, which were closed for about five months due to Corona infection, opened on Tuesday. In most schools, students arrived without masks. In many places, covid rules were seen to be ignored. The number of students remained low. In the second shift, most remained closed due to no clear guidelines regarding the school. In some schools, the lock was found in the first shift itself. On the other hand, BSA says that the average attendance of students in all the schools in the district was 62 per cent. District Basic Education Officer KK Ojha inspected Upper Primary School Vidhaipurwa Umarda. Teachers were present here. The number of students stood at around 62 per cent on the first day. Lunch was given to all the students. The Block Resource Center coordinators inspected the schools in the eight development blocks of the district. During this the schools were opened. In class eight, nine out of 42 children reached Manimau. Upper Primary School Udaitapur has 38 children enrolled in class VI. 20 of them came. Two out of 36 in class seven, nine out of 42 in class eight. All the assistant teachers including the headmaster were present. Upper Primary School Madhupur has an enrollment of 26 in class 6. Four of them came. In class seven, six out of 36 and in class eight, 10 out of 49 came. Three assistants and the headmaster were present in the school. Two children came to the upper primary school Teramallu. There is an enrollment of 55 in class six, 33 in seven and 47 in class eight. Four assistant teachers and headmaster were present in the school. Not a single child came to the Upper Primary School, Manimau. A teacher was present in the school. (Dialogue) Five months later, the bell rang again in junior schools. The students along with their colleagues reached an hour before the opening of the Pre-Secondary School, Chachiyapur. Gaurav Patel, a single teacher posted here, further enhanced the enthusiasm of the children. Classes started after prayer and PT. The teachers kept teaching the children of all three classes by making them sit from social distance. Of the 62 registered students, 38 reached the school. (Dialogue) The children got lunch at Deodha on Tirwa. In Upper Primary School Purarai Indergarh 12 students were present. In Pre-Secondary School Tirwa 52 out of 162 students arrived. All the teachers were present in this school. Out of 87 students 42 were present in Pre-Secondary School Deora. All the teachers were present here. Meals were distributed in this school in the afternoon. In Composite School, Deodha, 86 out of 113 children were present. All the teachers were present here. Lunch was given to the children in the school. (Dialogue) Teachers opened the school one hour late, Indergarh. The teachers of Agous East Secondary School were negligent. Teachers did not come to school on time. The teachers came about an hour late and opened the school. Many children came back to school. BEO Arvind Kushwaha said that the matter will be investigated. If negligence is found, action will be taken. (Dialogue)

Kannauj. Junior schools, which were closed for about five months due to Corona infection, opened on Tuesday. In most schools, students arrived without masks. In many places, covid rules were seen to be ignored. The number of students remained low. In the second shift, most remained closed due to no clear guidelines regarding the school. In some schools, the lock was found in the first shift itself. On the other hand, BSA says that the average attendance of students in all the schools in the district was 62 per cent. District Basic Education Officer KK Ojha inspected Upper Primary School Vidhaipurwa Umarda. Teachers were present here. The number of students stood at around 62 per cent on the first day. Lunch was given to all the students. The Block Resource Center coordinators inspected the schools in the eight development blocks of the district. During this the schools were opened. In class eight, nine out of 42 children reached Manimau. Upper Primary School Udaitapur has 38 children enrolled in class VI. 20 of them came. Two out of 36 appeared in class seven, nine out of 42 in class eight. All the assistant teachers including the headmaster were present. Upper Primary School Madhupur has an enrollment of 26 in class 6. Four of them came. In class seven, six out of 36 and in class eight, 10 out of 49 came. There were three assistants and the headmaster present in the school. Two children came to the upper primary school Teramallu. There is an enrollment of 55 in class six, 33 in seven and 47 in class eight. Four assistant teachers and headmaster were present in the school. Not a single child came to the upper primary school, Manimau. A teacher was present in the school. (Dialogue) Five months later, the bell rang again in junior schools. The students along with their colleagues reached an hour before the opening of the Pre-Secondary School, Chachiyapur. Gaurav Patel, a single teacher posted here, further enhanced the enthusiasm of the children. Classes started after prayer and PT. The teachers kept teaching the children of all three classes by making them sit from social distance. Of the 62 registered students, 38 reached the school. (Dialogue) The children got lunch on Tirwa in Deodha. In Upper Primary School Purarai Indergarh 12 students were present. In Pre-Secondary School Tirwa 52 out of 162 students arrived. All the teachers were present in this school. Out of 87 students 42 were present in Pre-Secondary School Deora. All the teachers were present here. Meals were distributed in this school in the afternoon. In Composite School, Deodha, 86 out of 113 children were present. All the teachers were present here. Lunch was given to the children in the school. (Dialogue) Teachers opened school Indergarh late by an hour. The teachers of Agous East Secondary School were negligent. Teachers did not come to school on time. The teachers came about an hour late and opened the school. Many children came back to school. BEO Arvind Kushwaha said that the matter will be investigated. If negligence is found, action will be taken. (Dialogue) .

( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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