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Only 50 percent of the children of each class will be called on the first day. After this, the remaining 50 percent of the children will be held on the next day.
- All schools will have to follow the Kovid guidelines, parents will have to take permission
In Uttar Pradesh, which has been closed for almost a year, primary schools from class one to 5th will open from March 1, ie tomorrow. During this period, all schools will have to fully follow the guidelines issued by the government in view of the corona infection. Also, there will be no relaxation of various events and sports held in the school. Only 50% of the children have to call school. Special arrangements have been made to welcome the children to the school in the capital Lucknow.
There will be no lunch break, only 20 children will sit in a class
Anil Aggarwal, president of the Unaided Private Schools Association in Lucknow, said that according to the Kovid Guideline, all the preparations for conducting classes have been completed from March 1. During this time the Kovid Guideline will be followed. He said that only 20 children will be accommodated in a classroom and classes will be conducted in three-hour shifts. There will be no lunch break and sports will be banned.
These rules of Kovid will have to be followed
- Children will arrive in all schools under the Corona Protocol and offline classes will start.
- On the first day only 50 percent of the children of each class will be called. After this, the remaining 50 percent of the children will be held on the next day.
- In addition, in schools where the number of children is high, classes will be conducted in two shifts. During this time there will neither be sports in schools nor will be allowed to organize any event. However sports waivers have been granted in council schools.
- Under the Kovid protocol, children will need a distance of six feet and a mask.
- Parents will be called only to fulfill the qualification during the new admission, not the children.
- Schools will have to avoid organizing ोजनों If necessary it will be necessary to maintain physical distance. Thermal screening of children will have to be done.
- External vendors will not be able to sell food items inside the school. There should be a system of health workers ‚nurse and doctor in or around the school.
- There should be a system of regular sanitization of children’s rickshaws, buses etc.
- During this time, children should have a system of clean water to drink and it should be kept in mind that children do not share books ‚notebooks‚ pens and lunches with anyone.
- Regular checks of teachers and students will have to be arranged in schools. If anyone is suspected of doing, then he has to be isolated immediately.
- Continuous sanitization and cleaning of rooms, toilets, doors, kundis, seats etc. in schools will have to be done.
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