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Government clarifies about school opening

Schools closed in India due to Corona recession There are many rumors circulating on social media about the closure of schools. In a similar message, the government has claimed that the Modi government will start schools from September 21 and colleges from October 1.

 The government has clarified that Education Minister Pokhriya is not such a claim
 According to people's guidelines, students from Std 9 to 12 can go to school to get guidance on education but the instruction to have a school on September 21 is wrong.

After one day the schools of standard 6 to 8 start and then after fifteen days the schools of standard 1 to 5 start. Regarding such message, the central government clarified that such message is wrong.

The school may not open in July but teachers will have to go to school.  To strengthen online learning and regular monitoring of it should also be done in a better way.

  At the same time, 90 percent of the parents are not ready to send their children to school in July.  These suggestions have been given by the District School Inspectors and Joint Education Directors for the policy being prepared to open schools after the lockdown due to Corona infection in the state.

Government clarifies about school opening


 The Department of Secondary Education has formed a committee under the chairmanship of Special Secretary Aryka Akhauri to decide the policy for opening the school.  This committee sought suggestions from the DIOS and Joint Education Directors to collect suggestions from parents. Government clarifies about school opening

Opinion was taken from all the districts on this issue on Thursday, it was revealed that the parent is not ready to send his children to school in July.  At the same time, everyone seems to agree that teachers should be called to school from July and they should do other work including new admissions from the school itself.

There Are also suggestions that they should take online classes from the school classroom so that children can experience blackboard teaching.

 JK Bareilly Pradeep Singh, Joint Education Director, Kanpur KK Gupta suggested to persuade parents to call children to school in July, while emphasizing on monitoring online education, that many nodal officers should be made in the district and they report daily  Prepare.

  There was a discussion on developing an app that would monitor online classes and then determine accountability so that teachers and children do not take it as an alternative arrangement.

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