In Haryana including Gurugram and Faridabad, there will be no lunch in the school for four hours from today, nor will there be permission to leave the class for water.
Schools Open In Haryana Schools will open in Haryana from today. Classes from ninth to 12th will be held in entire Haryana including Gurugram and Faridabad. Guidelines have been issued for this. There will be no lunch in the four-hour school, nor will you be able to skip classes for water.
The wait for online education in schools is finally over in Haryana. Today, for the first time in the current academic session, classes from class IX to XII will start in all government and private schools. In the school which starts from 8.30 am to 12.30 pm, neither children will get time for lunch nor will they be able to go out to drink water. Students will be allowed to enter the school only after the written permission of their parents. Otherwise, he can continue online studies as before.
Classes will be held for the first time in the new session today, classes will be held from ninth to twelfth
Offline studies in schools have been closed since April 22 due to Corona in the state. After the steady decline in corona cases, the state government has at present allowed three classes with standard operating procedure (SOP). All preparations have been made to protect children from infection.
School children will also get a link to join offline classes
There will be thermal scanning of the children for the first 20 minutes in the morning and their attendance and body temperature will be recorded on the occasion. Only one child will sit on a bench in the class and a maximum of 30 students can sit in a class. There will be a total of six periods in four hours.
Educate, distance education and e-learning app open the option of studying
Students who do not wish to attend school can continue their online studies as before. Online classes are being organized in the state through EDUSAT, distance education and e-learning Opportunity app. Teachers taking online classes will also send links to students on WhatsApp and Google Meet, through which they will be able to study the subject being taught in the class.
No need to panic: Education Minister
"Now the cases of corona infection are negligible. Things are getting back to normal. So there is no need to panic. Parents can be sure to send their children to school. However, we will not put any pressure on the parents to send their children to school. It is their wish. There will be no absence of children who do not come to school. Children's health is of paramount importance to us. All things like physical distance, hygiene, face mask and temperature will be taken care of in schools.
Kanwarpal Gurjar, Education Minister, Haryana.