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Thursday, 7 January 2021

75% of parents said - 'We are ready to send children to school

School opening announcement:75% of parents said - 'We are ready to send children to school, are schools ready to save children from corona?'

After 290 days, schools and colleges of standard 10 and 12 will open in Gujarat from January 11

The decision to open the school will apply to every board-Education Minister

Even for young children, schools will start soon, mass promotions will not be available

Attendance at school is not required, but parents must provide consent

75% of guardians asked this question in a discussion with Divya Bhaskar

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The Gujarat government has taken a surprise decision on Wednesday and announced to open Std. 10 and 12 schools and colleges from January 11.

 While preparations for vaccination are underway across the country, including Gujarat, parents were dissatisfied with the decision to open schools even before the arrival of the vaccine.

 In a discussion with Bhaskar, 75 per cent of parents questioned the government on whether they were ready to send their children to school but whether the schools were ready to protect their children from infection.

Parents have to give consent.
Education Minister Bhupendrasinh Chudasama, while announcing the opening of schools, said that the decision would apply to schools in each board state.

 However, parents who want to send their children to school will have to give their consent in writing. The state government said guidelines for compliance with SOP (Standard Operating Protocol) including mask-social distance have been sent to schools.

 The education minister also said that a decision on opening schools for young children would be taken soon. He also clarified that mass promotion will not be given.

Online education will remain the same, the same number of exams will be taken as taught.
3 important aspects of the decision

1. Applicable to all boards: This decision to open a school will apply to all boards in the state. This will apply to government schools, grant-in-aid-independent organizations and institutions under the 

Department of Social Justice Empowerment.

2. Attendance will not be compulsory : Attendance at school will not be compulsory. Students coming to the school will have to give approval in the form with the consent of the parents.

The current online education system in the state will also remain the same as usual.

3. No Mass Promotion:Students will not be given mass promotion. The same amount of study has been done in the school as the academic work will be examined. The state government is also considering when to start other standard classes and a decision will be taken soon.

So many things needed in school

Must wear a face mask.

There must be a distance of 6 feet between the two people.

Don't spit anywhere.

You will be asked to download the Health Bridge app where necessary.

Have to wash hands regularly from time to time.

Hands should be washed thoroughly even if they do not look dirty.

Children may decide to go to school voluntarily. But before this, the parents have to give their consent to the school in writing.

There will be strict restrictions on sports activity and assembly.

If there is AC, its temperature will be 24 to 30.

Keeping the humidity level in AC at 40 to 70 percent.

The school management will be responsible for providing face masks, hand sanitizers to the teachers and staff.

Employees involved in cleaning will be provided with a thermal gun, disposable paper towel, soap, 1 per cent sodium hypochlorite solution.

The arrangement of a pulse oximeter must be mandatory, so that the oxygen level of the anisotometric can be checked.

Student will not be able to exchange books, copy of study material, pencil, pen, water bottle.

At the time of practical, the student will go to the lab in different groups. A large number of students will not be allowed to go to the laboratory at once.

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Compliance with SOP is the responsibility of the government, the school

. Guidelines in this regard have been issued to all educational institutions. Our officers and school administrators will take care of the adherence to the arrangements including hygiene and thermal guns in the schools. Schools will have to coordinate with local health centers.

 It will be the responsibility of the education department, school principals and school administrators to ensure compliance with the SOP. > Bhupendrasinh Chudasama, Minister of Education

government's decision to open ' schools require practical study for children' is a wise one. Because practical is necessary for students. If he comes to school, he will be able to do practicals and give practical exams. We have prepared enough. Fewer children are likely to come initially. But we will also teach in class and study online. - Surinder Sachdeva, Principal, DPS-Bopal, Ahmedabad

Towards this ... 50 teachers infected in Karnataka, many schools had to be closed

. Then on Tuesday 50 teachers from various schools in the state were infected with corona. The 22 teachers who were infected in Belagavi were home quarantined.

 Many schools in the state were forced to close as teachers became infected. Apart from Belagavi, schools in Chitradurga district were also closed following reports of teachers being infected. After the commencement of schools, the attendance of students was 36 per cent in North Bengaluru, 83 per cent in schools in North Karnataka, 81 per cent in Udupi and only 34 per cent in Bidar.

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On the other hand ... Std. Classes from 5 to 12 will start From

today , classes from 5 to 12 will start in all government, semi-government and private schools in Punjab. Announcing this on Wednesday, Punjab Education Minister Vijender Singla said that the decision was taken following the persistent demands of parents. 

Singla said schools will run from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. All schools are required to strictly adhere to the rules of masks and social distance. Singla said the decision was taken after consultation with school administrators.

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