Bengaluru: Primary schools reopening - Government issues guidelines


Daijiworld Media Network - Bengaluru (SP)

Bengaluru, Oct 22: The department of public instruction has published guidelines to be followed for the reopening of primary classes from standards 1 to 5 from October 25 onwards.

The teachers have to divide the students into different groups for teaching. Teachers aged above 50 have to necessarily wear face shields.

The children will get midday meals from November 2. It would be advisable for the students to bring hot water from their own homes. The government, private and aided schools have to form separate student teams and physical classes have to be held for half a day from October 25 to 30. From November 2, full time classes have to begin.

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The schools have to provide the facility of hot water in the schools. As physical classes are beginning after a gap of 18 months, during the first week, priority should be given to establishing connection with each other, the order said.

Classes have to be held from October 25 to 30 between 10 am and 1.30 pm. On Saturday, the classes will l begin at 8 and end at 11.40 am. From November 2, timings of the classes will be from 10.30 am to 4.30 pm on other days and 8 am to 11.40 M Saturdays.

 

 

 

 

  

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  • Anon, mangalore

    Fri, Oct 22 2021

    And why do parents need to sign consent forms and take full responsibility of their children incase any unfortunate event occurs. reopening of schools is a decision taken by the government and schools. shouldnt they also be reponsible for making a haste?? Yes, cases are less now in numbers. but not fully eradicated.

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  • Nisha, Mangalaore

    Fri, Oct 22 2021

    Will the schools actually follow the government guidelines Its been told 50 children in one class,But there are schools with 70 children in one class how will they manage the kids .From. Nov it's full.day classes for kids Teachers themselves find mask suffocating and how can they expect the kids from 1std to 5th to wear mask the whole day. there are kids with health issues,few feel suffocated with mask ...Kids are been asked to carry snacks and lunch box .How will the mask help them..wont they remove while eating ..how is the covid protocol followed.. how safe it is for kids from 1st to 5th to wear mask and sit the whole day..Is it safe

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  • Agnes, Mangalore

    Fri, Oct 22 2021

    Senless decision senseless timings. Forcing little children to wear mask whole day. This looks like a major experiment on little children by the government starting school without vaccination. Nobody should be forced to attend against their wishes. There are lot of children with underlying medical conditions.

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  • Elwyn Goveas, Mangalore

    Fri, Oct 22 2021

    Children are the real future.Please welcome the children.The school should be decorated with balloons and the children be welcomed with chocalates.Please come the door is wide open.

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  • Mohammed, India

    Fri, Oct 22 2021

    Why school for such a young children, will govt take responsibility if anything happens to these kids???

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  • Daniel, Mangalore

    Fri, Oct 22 2021

    Cases are very low these days, malls temples churches everything are open. Even madrasas have begun offline classes in mangalore for kids why can't school open then? Yes online protects these kids from covid but have a look at the recent increase in eye problems and health issues in kids it's at a all time high

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  • TK, dubai

    Fri, Oct 22 2021

    @Daniel, eye problems are a minor issue. Covid 3rd wave is on the horizon...China and Russia are seeing a spike in new cases of Corona infections, as of yesterdays news, even from those who have taken the vaccines...and only a question of time before India sees its cases rising again..people in India are already thinking just because they have taken 2 doses of vaccine, they will be immune....many are roaming without mask even...cops and enforcers are least bit bothered...worst are the politicians whom you don't at all see wearing a mask.

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