Open school college, the day with cleanliness and department work on the first day

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Rampur. Schools and universities from primary to secondary level, which have been closed for around three months due to the coronavirus infection, will open from July 1. During this time the students did not come to school and only the teachers came to school. The teachers cleaned the schools that had been closed for a long time and then did the departmental work. The district school inspector inspected five schools and colleges and ordered them to be kept clean and to educate students through online media.
Due to the second wave of the global pandemic, primary, secondary and higher education were closed for almost three months. On Thursday the teachers discussed further points from the admission. In many schools, signal box work etc. was seen under Mission Kayakalp. Primary Education Commissioner Aishwarya Lakshmi said that the teachers along with the other staff should reach the schools with the staff and keep the school grounds clean.
Brainstorm on providing educational support to children through online classroom operations. On the other hand, District School Inspector Vinod Kumar inspected Government Khurshid Girls Inter College, Government Girls Inter College Fort, Government Zulfikar Girls Inter College Khari Kuan, Jain Inter College, Saraswati Vidya Mandir Inter College, and Vidya Mandir Inter College in the city. During the inspection, he saw that the online classes were being conducted by the teachers. To prevent communicable diseases, he instructed disinfecting the school, making provisions for drinking water, etc.

Rampur. Schools and universities from primary to secondary level, which have been closed for around three months due to the coronavirus infection, will open from July 1. During this time the students did not come to school and only the teachers came to school. The teachers cleaned the schools that had been closed for a long time and then did the departmental work. The district school inspector inspected five schools and colleges and ordered them to be kept clean and to educate students through online media.

Due to the second wave of the global pandemic, primary, secondary and higher education were closed for almost three months. On Thursday the teachers discussed further points from the admission. In many schools, signal box work etc. was seen under Mission Kayakalp. Primary Education Commissioner Aishwarya Lakshmi said that the teachers along with the other staff should reach the schools with the staff and keep the school grounds clean.

Brainstorm on providing educational support to children through online classroom operations. On the other hand, District School Inspector Vinod Kumar inspected Government Khurshid Girls Inter College, Government Girls Inter College Fort, Government Zulfikar Girls Inter College Khari Kuan, Jain Inter College, Saraswati Vidya Mandir Inter College, and Vidya Mandir Inter College in the city. During the inspection, he saw that the online classes were being conducted by the teachers. To prevent communicable diseases, he instructed disinfecting the school, making provisions for drinking water, etc.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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