The Number Of Students Was Less On The First Day

A Class 6 child studying at Mohalla Barkhandi Secondary Junior High School, Shamli – Photo : SHAMLI

Shamli. After about five months due to corona infection, classes from class six to eight started in council and secondary schools on Tuesday on the instructions of the government. On the first day on Tuesday, the number of students in the schools was very less. In the council schools, only a few students reached the count. The government had given permission to start classes from class six to eight offline in schools from August 23, but due to the declaration of a public holiday on this day, teaching work could start in schools on Tuesday. The students were made to sit in the classrooms after thermal screening and hand sanitization at the entrance. The condition of the students was known in the schools on the first day. Presenting the report…—–Only one student reached Sanviliyat Vidyalaya Barkhandi, only one student of class six had reached the Sanviliyat Vidyalaya Barkhandi located in Mohalla Barkhandi till 9 in the morning. Principal Neeraj Goyal and teachers were busy calling the parents and calling the children. In Gujarat, children did not wear face masks. In the upper primary school located in Mohalla Gujarati, 120 children from class six to eight are registered, out of which only about 12 students reached the school. No student was wearing a face mask.— 10 students reached Majra Road School, three in class six, five in seven and two in eight had reached the upper primary school located at Majra Road at 10 o’clock in the morning. Everyone was made to sit in the classroom after hand sanitization. The headmaster Baby Rani told that the number of children was less on the first day. —-Classes held in two shifts in Jain Kanya Inter College, Dr. Ruchita Dhaka, Principal of Shri Jain Kanya Inter College, said that according to the instructions of the government, teaching work has started in classes 6 to 8 in two shifts from Tuesday. In the first shift, 92 girls were present out of 152 registered in all the three classes. Of the 152 girls registered in the second shift, 40 girls were present. Jai Jawan, Jai Kisan Inter College in village Mundet Kalan, half of the total registered children reached the school. Children were sent to classes after standing in a queue and after thermal screening and hand sanitizer. Students studying in Secondary Junior High School in Mohalla Gujratian, Shamli – Photo : SHAMLI

Students studying in Secondary Junior High School at Shamli Pragati Market – Photo : SHAMLI

Girls studying in Shamli Jain Girls Inter College – Photo : SHAMLI

Shamli. After about five months due to corona infection, classes from class six to eight started in council and secondary schools on Tuesday on the instructions of the government. On the first day on Tuesday, the number of students in the schools was very less. In the council schools, only a few students reached the count. The government had given permission to start classes from class six to eight offline in schools from August 23, but due to the declaration of a public holiday on this day, teaching work could start in schools on Tuesday. The students were made to sit in the classrooms after thermal screening and hand sanitization at the entrance. The condition of the students was known in the schools on the first day. Presenting the report… —– Only one student reached Sanviliyat Vidyalaya Barkhandi in Mohalla Barkhandi, only one student of class six had reached till 9 in the morning in Sanviliyat Vidyalaya Barkhandi. Principal Neeraj Goyal and teachers were busy calling the parents and calling the children. — Children in Gujarati did not put on face mask In the upper primary school located in Mohalla Gujarati, 120 children from class six to eight are registered, out of which only about 12 students reached the school. None of the students was wearing a face mask. — 10 students reached Majra Road School, three students in class six, five in seven and two in eight had reached the upper primary school located at Majra Road at 10 o’clock in the morning. Everyone was made to sit in the classroom after hand sanitization. The headmaster Baby Rani told that the number of children was less on the first day. —- Classes run in two shifts in Jain Kanya Inter College, Dr. Ruchita Dhaka, Principal of Shri Jain Kanya Inter College, said that as per the instructions of the government, teaching work has started in classes 6 to 8 in two shifts from Tuesday. . In the first shift, 92 girls were present out of 152 registered in all the three classes. Of the 152 girls registered in the second shift, 40 girls were present. Jai Jawan, Jai Kisan Inter College in village Mundet Kalan, half of the total registered children reached the school. The children were sent to classes after standing in a queue and after thermal screening and hand sanitizer. Students studying in Secondary Junior High School in Mohalla Gujratian, Shamli – Photo : SHAMLI

Students studying in Secondary Junior High School at Shamli Pragati Market – Photo : SHAMLI

Girls studying in Shamli Jain Girls Inter College – Photo : SHAMLI

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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