Open Schools – When the school opens, the children are welcomed with flowers

Teachers welcoming students with flowers in primary school Atasalia. Dialogue
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Shahjahanpur. Schools from classes 6 to 8, which were closed due to the Corona epidemic, opened on Tuesday. There was a return to the school. On reaching the school, along with sanitizing the hands of the children, they were welcomed by showering flowers. However, on the first day, the attendance of students of all the three classes in the schools was very less.
When the children reached the schools early in the morning wearing a dress and wearing a mask on their mouth, they were first sanitized their hands as soon as they entered the gate, their thermal screening was done. After this, the teachers of the school welcomed the students by showering flowers on them. Gifted roses. The students also looked happy. Everyone went to their classes and sat by maintaining social distance and wearing masks.
Nikhat Parveen, a teacher in the Composite School located at Atlasalia, got the hands of the children sanitized. Teachers Dapinder Kaur, Rashmi Saxena, Meera Singh, Munni Arya, Saima, Tarannum presented roses to the children. Similarly, in SP College, the teachers welcomed the students by showering flowers along with sanitizing their hands. In Lead Convent School also, Principal Tarana Jamal and teachers welcomed and got the rules of mask, sanitization and social distance to be followed.
Classes not held in 15 schools due to PET
On Tuesday, the Preliminary Eligibility Test (PET) was conducted in 15 schools of the city. Because of this, education did not take place in these schools. Now classes from class 6 to 12 will be held on Wednesday. Students of classes six to eight will reach to take classes for the first time when the school opens after the corona transition period.
less number of students
After the outbreak of corona infection has subsided, the number of students in the schools opening is becoming negligible. Only a few students came. While there were a total of 12 children of all three classes in SP College, 51 students had reached Lead Covent School. In other schools also the number of students was 10 to 40 percent. Number 16 in Gurunak Pathshala High School.
ABSA inspected the school in Parour
Parour. Aaradhya Upadhyay, Assistant Basic Education Officer, Block Kalan, inspected the Junior High School, Primary School in Paraur village on Tuesday when the school opened. Visited schools located in Narayan Nagar, Golaganj, Kundalia, Kalikapur Kundalia, Rutheli and Mohra villages. On this occasion, Mahesh Singh, Vinod Kumar Sharma, Champa Devi, in-charge principal in Narayan Nagar West, Tulsi, teachers Manoj Kumar Singh Verma, Satyaveer Singh, Rekha Rani met in Parour schools.

Shahjahanpur. Schools from classes 6 to 8, which were closed due to the Corona epidemic, opened on Tuesday. There was a return to the school. On reaching the school, along with sanitizing the hands of the children, they were welcomed by showering flowers. However, on the first day, the attendance of students of all the three classes in the schools was very less.

When the children reached the schools early in the morning wearing a dress and wearing a mask on their mouth, they were first sanitized their hands as soon as they entered the gate, their thermal screening was done. After this, the teachers of the school welcomed the students by showering flowers on them. Gifted roses. The students also looked happy. Everyone went to their classes and sat by maintaining social distance and wearing masks.

Nikhat Parveen, a teacher in the Composite School located at Atlasalia, got the hands of the children sanitized. Teachers Dapinder Kaur, Rashmi Saxena, Meera Singh, Munni Arya, Saima, Tarannum presented roses to the children. Similarly, in SP College, the teachers welcomed the students by showering flowers along with sanitizing their hands. In Lead Convent School also, Principal Tarana Jamal and teachers welcomed and got the rules of mask, sanitization and social distance to be followed.

Classes not held in 15 schools due to PET

On Tuesday, the Preliminary Eligibility Test (PET) was conducted in 15 schools of the city. Because of this, education did not take place in these schools. Now classes from class 6 to 12 will be held on Wednesday. Students of classes six to eight will reach to take classes for the first time when the school opens after the corona transition period.

less number of students

After the outbreak of corona infection has subsided, the number of students in the schools opening is becoming negligible. Only a few students came. While there were a total of 12 children of all three classes in SP College, 51 students had reached Lead Covent School. In other schools also the number of students was 10 to 40 percent. Number 16 in Gurunak Pathshala High School.

ABSA inspected the school in Parour

Parour. Aaradhya Upadhyay, Assistant Basic Education Officer, Block Kalan, inspected the Junior High School, Primary School in Paraur village on Tuesday when the school opened. Visited schools located in Narayan Nagar, Golaganj, Kundalia, Kalikapur Kundalia, Rutheli and Mohra villages. On this occasion, Mahesh Singh, Vinod Kumar Sharma, Champa Devi, in-charge principal in Narayan Nagar West, Tulsi, teachers Manoj Kumar Singh Verma, Satyaveer Singh, Rekha Rani met in Parour schools.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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