Schools in Haryana opened for college students of classes 3 to 5 opened on Wednesday amid strict COVID-19 guidelines.
The state authorities had earlier introduced that common classes for Class 3 to 5 college students can be held solely for three hours each day from 10:00 AM to 1:30 PM amid strict adherence to COVID-19 guidelines and SOPs.
As per an order issued by the Department of School Education on Monday, on-line classes for the scholars will proceed together with common classes. Students who want to proceed their research by means of the web mode, as has been imparted to them throughout the previous 10 months, can avail of this facility as earlier than.
All schools are required to be certain that college students attending the classes bear thermal scans. Students have to submit written consent from their dad and mom permitting them to attend classes within the offline mode. They even have to put on facemasks and guarantee social distancing on campus.
The division issued orders for the reopening of presidency and personal main schools within the state after they have been closed for nearly a 12 months due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Haryana schools reopened for larger classes in December final 12 months whereas college students of Classes 6 to 8 have been allowed to attend from February 1 this 12 months.