SRINAGAR, SEPTEMBER 13, 2021 : Higher and higher secondary educational institutions reopened in the Kashmir Valley after being closed for the past five months due to the spread of COVID-19.
However, on Monday very few students came to attend their classes.
Officials of Government Girls Higher Secondary School (GGHSS) Kothibagh said that very few students turned up on the first day today. He said that we are expecting a good number of students in the coming days.
The State Executive Committee (SEC), after reviewing the COVID situation in its latest meeting on Saturday, has decided that educational institutions, with limited individual learning for class 10th and class 12th, on a fixed day Not more than 50% will be allowed. Vaccination of students and staff.
Consent will be obtained from the parents of all students who wish to attend the school, the SEC said, adding that the school premises should be fully sensitized.
“Proper screening regarding vaccination should be done at the school gate. If students or teachers or other school staff show symptoms of cough, cold or fever, they will not be allowed to enter the school. The head of the school should ensure that the guidelines relating to social distancing and COVID protocol are strictly followed”, the SEC said in its order. (PTK)