Open elementary school, junior high school, teacher-registered attendance only

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Open elementary school, middle school, teachers only registered attendance
Muzaffarnagar. Elementary schools and middle schools were opened in the town in the countryside from Thursday. Although the children stayed away from the schools, all teachers and staff registered their presence and had the schools cleaned. After correcting all the records, planting was also carried out on the school premises. At the same time, preparations for the start of online education at private schools will be completed on Thursday.
In the Khatauli area, the first day began with the performance of Havan-Poojan in many schools. Children were enrolled in schools. Sanjeev Jain, director of the KK Public School in the private sector, directed teachers to prepare to begin online education. A tree was planted in the school. Shashwat Pathak, Praveen Kumar, Pravesh Kumar, Ajaypal, DD Arya, Anshu Jain, Anant, Manoj, Anuj were present.
All teachers including the headmaster were present at Gokulpur Elementary and Middle School in Shahpur City. In addition to cleaning the school, records were also kept. At the start of the admission process, four children were admitted on the first day. National Inter College director Virendra Singh said that all of the college’s teachers and staff were present.
Bhopa’s elementary and middle schools opened. In addition to cleaning, new recordings were also made. Rakesh Kumar, director of Janata Inter College, said the college was sanitized on the first day. Anju Choudhary, director of the junior high school, said an oath was taken while the school was being cleaned to maintain cleanliness. The records were corrected by cleaning Belda Junior High School and both elementary schools. Tree planting was also done in junior high school. Headmaster Rakesh Kumar, Headmaster Anju Chaudhary, Lekhpal Anil Gupta, Tarun Kumar, Sumit, Charu, Rakesh Kumar, Kunal Walia were present.

Open elementary school, middle school, teachers only registered attendance

Muzaffarnagar. Elementary schools and middle schools were opened in the town in the countryside from Thursday. Although the children stayed away from the schools, all teachers and staff registered their presence and had the schools cleaned. After correcting all the records, planting was also carried out on the school premises. At the same time, preparations have been completed to begin online education in private schools on Thursday.

In the Khatauli area, the first day began with the performance of Havan-Poojan in many schools. Children were enrolled in schools. Sanjeev Jain, director of the KK Public School in the private sector, directed teachers to prepare to begin online education. A tree was planted in the school. Shashwat Pathak, Praveen Kumar, Pravesh Kumar, Ajaypal, DD Arya, Anshu Jain, Anant, Manoj, Anuj were present.

All teachers including the headmaster were present at Gokulpur Elementary and Middle School in Shahpur City. In addition to cleaning the school, records were also kept. At the start of the admission process, four children were admitted on the first day. National Inter College director Virendra Singh said that all of the college’s teachers and staff were present.

Bhopa’s elementary and middle schools opened. In addition to cleaning, new recordings were also made. Rakesh Kumar, director of Janata Inter College, said the college was sanitized on the first day. Anju Choudhary, director of the junior high school, said an oath was taken while the school was being cleaned to maintain cleanliness. The records were corrected by cleaning Belda Junior High School and both elementary schools. Tree planting was also done in junior high school. Headmaster Rakesh Kumar, Headmaster Anju Chaudhary, Lekhpal Anil Gupta, Tarun Kumar, Sumit, Charu, Rakesh Kumar, Kunal Walia were present.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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