update on aug 25, 12:00 pm ist
Jhansi. After a year and a half, finally schools for students of classes 6 to 8 were opened. Students came to study in morning and afternoon shifts. However, being the first day, not many children reached the school. School operators said that 25 percent of the students studied in the classes in the school. The number of children is likely to increase in the coming days. Schools were closed since March 2020 due to Corona virus. Online studies were being conducted for the students. The tests were also being done online. At the same time, for the last few weeks, the effect of corona virus decreased, then the government gave instructions to open schools from class 6 to 8 from August 23. Due to the death of former Chief Minister Kalyan Singh, Monday was declared a public holiday due to state mourning. Due to this the school opened on Tuesday.Students were called in morning and afternoon shifts. More children reached the morning shift classes, whereas in the evening shift most of the children were absent from the class. At the same time, when the students who reached the school on the first day met their old friends, they were not happy. Following the Kovid protocol in the school, students were made to sit in classes. They were not allowed to eat food together due to fear of Corona.
Said this school official …………………………….. After several days, when the students reached the school, they were happy to meet old friends. Gradually the attendance of the students will increase. Gaurav Mishra, Manager, Hansraj Modern School. On the first day only a few children came to school. In the second shift, even fewer children went to school. It is expected that the number of children will increase. – Dr. Poonam Malik, Principal, Sanatan Dharma Inter College.
The break that was put on studies during the Corona period, now it will get momentum. Studying more in offline classes makes sense. - Darshan Bhatt, Bhawna Convent School. About 25 percent of the students reached the school on the first day. Kovid protocol was fully followed in the school. - Deepak Rai, Manager, Alpine Public School.