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Primary schools have been allowed to open from March 1. Meanwhile, the Basic Education Minister of UP has said that only 50 percent of the students will be allowed in the schools.
Basic Education Minister of Uttar Pradesh, Dr. Satish Chandra Dwivedi arrived at Deeksha Bhavan of Deendayal Upadhyay Gorakhpur University in the district on Sunday. Here he participated as the Chief Guest in the self-organized program of the Akhil Bharatiya Vidyarthi Parishad. Earlier, he said in a statement regarding opening of primary schools from March 1 that schools will be opened following the rules of Kovid-19. He said that 50 percent of the children would be called to school every day as before.
UP’s Basic Education Minister Dr. Satish Chandra Dwivedi said that whatever guidelines have been issued by the Center and the State Government from time to time regarding Kovid-19 are being ensured.
Adherence to social distancing in schools
He said that the precautions that should be taken by our department from time to time, have issued guidelines. By following them, schools of children are being opened keeping in mind adequate sanitization, masks and other precautions. He said that the schedule has been made according to the class.
Dr. Satish Chandra Dwivedi said that as of now the schools from class 6 to 8 were open. We had decided that two days Class 6 and two days Class 7 children and two days one to five children would also call different classes on different days. So that social distancing can be followed. There will be no pressure on parents to send children to school. Parents who want to send children to school, they can send them voluntarily and the same children will come to school.