Upper Primary Schools Will Open From Today

Kanpur Countryside. After eight months, from Tuesday, the exercise of conducting classes again in upper primary schools is being started. Although schools have been closed since March 2020 due to the Kovid epidemic, children were called to school in February. Schools were closed again in a few days after the outbreak of the second wave of corona increased. After the instructions of the government, BSA Sunil Dutt has issued a letter to all the Block Education Officers to conduct classes in upper primary schools. Following social distance, classes have been asked to be conducted. Along with sanitizing the school building regularly, instructions have been given to call half the children from the capacity. There are eight hundred upper primary schools in the district including government and private. About 80 thousand children are registered in these. There is no preparation in the schools due to Monday being a holiday. The cooks will have to give the Kovid investigation report Kanpur Dehat. Now under the mid-day meal scheme, lunch will be prepared in the school. Special instructions have been issued for this. The cooks will have to give a Kovid test certificate or their own declaration form. In this, she will write about being Kovid negative. Along with this, the hands of the cooks will be sanitized as soon as they enter the school. Then before preparing food, hands will be washed with soap under the supervision of teachers. Cooks in the kitchen will have to wear masks at all times. Also they will not be allowed to wear any kind of jewellery. Instructions have been given to sit in the prescribed distance from the line while giving food to the children. A distance of eight feet should be followed even at the time of washing hands after meals. (Dialogue) Classes will be conducted following the Kovid guide line. Half the children will be called from the capacity of the building. Along with this, instructions have been given to take necessary precautions in the operation of the mid-day meal scheme. All the Block Education Officers have been asked to follow the Kovid protocol of inspection of schools. Sunil Dutt, BSA

Kanpur Countryside. After eight months, from Tuesday, the exercise of conducting classes again in upper primary schools is being started. Although schools have been closed since March 2020 due to the Kovid epidemic, children were called to school in February. Schools were closed again in a few days after the outbreak of the second wave of corona increased. After the instructions of the government, BSA Sunil Dutt has issued a letter to all the Block Education Officers to conduct classes in upper primary schools. Following social distance, classes have been asked to be conducted. Along with sanitizing the school building regularly, instructions have been given to call half the children from the capacity. There are eight hundred upper primary schools in the district, including government and private. About 80 thousand children are registered in these. There is no preparation in the schools due to Monday being a holiday. The cooks will have to give the Kovid investigation report Kanpur Dehat. Now under the mid-day meal scheme, lunch will be prepared in the school. Special instructions have been issued for this. The cooks will have to give a Kovid test certificate or their own declaration form. In this, she will write about being Kovid negative. Along with this, the hands of the cooks will be sanitized as soon as they enter the school. Then before preparing food, hands will be washed with soap under the supervision of teachers. Cooks in the kitchen will have to wear masks at all times. Also they will not be allowed to wear any kind of jewellery. Instructions have been given to sit in the prescribed distance from the line while giving food to the children. A distance of eight feet should be followed even at the time of washing hands after meals. (Dialogue) Classes will be conducted following the Kovid guide line. Half the children will be called from the capacity of the building. Along with this, instructions have been given to take necessary precautions in the operation of the mid-day meal scheme. All the Block Education Officers have been asked to follow the Kovid protocol of inspection of schools. Sunil Dutt, BSA.

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