Parents don’t want to send their children to school

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Parents don’t want to send children to school
Bijnor. Only 26 percent of parents in secondary schools have agreed to send their children to school. He said teachers should come to schools and teach online. The parents fear corona. So you are not ready to send the students to school. The administration has sent the consent forms received from the schools to the government.
The corona curfew has been lifted and the corona cases have also declined. With this in mind, the government has started preparations for the opening of secondary schools. In a first phase, consideration is being given to opening schools to grades 9 to 12. For this purpose, declarations of consent were obtained from the parents in the prescribed format via the schools.
The schools should upload the declarations of consent to the board of directors’ website by May 23, 4:00 p.m. 77,300 students in grades IX through XII are enrolled in the district’s UP Board Schools. According to the DIOS office, only 20,000 MoUs have been uploaded to the council’s website by the specified time. According to information from the college, parents are still worried about corona. They don’t want to send their children to school. Parents want teachers to come to schools to study online, children shouldn’t be called to schools now.
what do parents say
Parents Nripendra Singh, Gaurav Bhardwaj, Ranveer Singh etc. say that there should be no rush to open the school. Corona has decreased, but is not over yet. Therefore caution is advised. Children’s health must not be endangered. Adequate precautions should also be taken before the school opens to prevent Corona in the schools. Until schools open, students should study online. The government started online education on May 20th. According to the faculty, 75 percent of the students are not connected to an online course. For this, teachers should come to the school and have online lessons conducted under the supervision of the school principal. Efforts should be made to connect 100% students to online studies.

Parents don’t want to send children to school

Bijnor. Only 26 percent of parents in secondary schools have agreed to send their children to school. He said teachers should come to schools and teach online. The parents fear corona. So you are not ready to send the students to school. The administration has sent the consent forms received from the schools to the government.

The corona curfew has been lifted and the corona cases have also declined. With this in mind, the government has started preparations for the opening of secondary schools. In a first phase, consideration is being given to opening schools to grades 9 to 12. For this purpose, declarations of consent were obtained from the parents in the prescribed format via the schools.

The schools should upload the declarations of consent to the board of directors’ website by May 23, 4:00 p.m. 77,300 students in grades IX through XII are enrolled in the district’s UP Board Schools. According to the DIOS office, only 20,000 MoUs have been uploaded to the council’s website by the specified time. According to information from the college, parents are still worried about corona. They don’t want to send their children to school. Parents want teachers to come to schools to study online, children shouldn’t be called to schools now.

what do parents say

Parents Nripendra Singh, Gaurav Bhardwaj, Ranveer Singh etc. say that there should be no rush to open the school. Corona has decreased, but is not over yet. Therefore caution is advised. Children’s health must not be endangered. Adequate precautions should also be taken before the school opens to prevent Corona in the schools. Until schools open, students should study online. The government started online education on May 20th. According to the faculty, 75 percent of the students are not connected to an online course. For this, teachers should come to the school and receive online lessons under the supervision of the school principal. Efforts should be made to connect 100% students to online studies.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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