Uttarakhand schools reopen for 10th, 12th, parents permission mandatory to attend classes – education
A total of 3,791 upper secondary schools will reopen in the state for 10th and 12th grade students as of November 2, according to the Uttarakhand government. Students will only be able to attend classes after written permission from parents, he added.
The state government has published guidelines for educational institutes to follow to control the spread of COVID-19. Students will be taught on the school premises, but will not be given homework and review work will continue through the online medium.
“The government has taken into account all aspects of the COVID-19 precautions in the SOP issued for the opening of the school. As of November 2, classes will begin for standards 10 and 12, but students will be allowed to enter schools only after written permission from parents, ”said Arvind Pandey, Minister of Education.
According to the Minister of Education, due to the change in circumstances in the midst of the pandemic, the teaching format within the classrooms has also been modified in the SOP.
“Students will gradually enter the mainstream after classes resume. Over the next two to three weeks, online studies and other educational activities will be reviewed. Students will get used to school life again, ”said R Meenakshi Sundaram, Secretary of the Department of Education.