Schools in Jammu and Kashmir reopened on Monday, as per the J&Okay administration’s orders, on a voluntary foundation requiring the consent of the mother and father for students to attend the colleges amid the COVID-19 pandemic. However, over 50% of the students nonetheless remained elusive and didn’t attend the colleges, as academics have been seen ready in useless for the pupils to attend.
The Ministry of Home Affairs (MHA) in an earlier order had talked about that “States and UTs may permit up to 50 per cent of teaching and non-teaching staff to be called to schools for online teaching and related works from September 21”
The Government has allowed students of Class 9 to 12 to go to colleges from immediately on a voluntary foundation.
Government Ranbhir increased secondary faculty Principal Anjali Gupta mentioned, “We have got instructions from the director school of education to open the school partially.”
However, it was discovered that almost all of students weren’t but prepared the attend the colleges amid the air of the pandemic nonetheless round for the reason that coronavirus outbreak continues to unfold like wildfire throughout the nation.
“We are waiting for the children to arrive, and we have followed the entire advisory issued by the government for resuming the schools. All COVID-19 protocols have been adhered to and everyone is taking care to not slack off with masks and sanitizers,” mentioned Renu Sharma, a trainer on the Ranbir Higher Secondary School.
“Thermal checks have also been arranged, 50% of teachers have come to our schools. All the children who attended had brought No-Objection Certificates (NOCs) from their parents. All the children could not attend, but we are very happy to meet some of them after such a long time,” mentioned academics.
“Accordingly, those students who are facing problems with online classes due to network problems, or those who don`t have android phones, so they must be given platform that they come to schools voluntarily to seek guidance from teachers,” Principal Anjali Gupta mentioned.
The Principal mentioned, “We have been directed to have 50 per cent staff. We have made a group for online classes. And we have intimated that those students who want guidance in any subject, they can get a letter of consent signed by their parents and come to school by following all SoPs given from time to time.”
“We have done sanitization and fumigation of the school besides cleaning of desks etc,” she added.
Preparations have been underway at Kendriya Vidyalaya in Jammu because it reopens immediately