Schools in Bengal have started from today with strict guidelines

Schools in Bengal have started from today with strict guidelines

The Mamata Banerjee‘s govt has chosen to resume the schools in the state for understudies of 9th class to 12th class from 12th Feb, with a few Coronavirus safety & security protocols set up by the school officials for the wellbeing of the understudies.

The schools have been closed since March in the last year taking into account the quick spread of the Coronavirus in the country. From 12th Feb, understudies of 9th class to 12th class will actually to go to actual classes and talk with school teachers face to face.

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Siliguri Girls’ High School’s headmistress stated that, “I’m glad that the schools have resumed and I trust there won’t be another coronavirus lockdown period for the school. We will just work two time session of a class at a break of the 4 divisions we have. In this way, understudies will have 3 days of classes out of 7 days.

“The school overall has been purified including homerooms, office rooms, and each alcove and corner. We made numerous banners, which will be shown on doors and in the classroom to expand mindfulness on Coronavirus and about the rules to be strictly followed. Hand sanitizers are additionally set up. A parent’s meeting was directed from 8th Feb to 10th Feb before the resume of schools today”.

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Atuhya Bagchi likewise discussed that the student’s seating plan in the classroom. She stated that just twenty-seven understudies will be situated on eighteen benches in a single classroom. 10th class student stated that “We were eagerly waiting for this day. Despite the fact that the circumstance isn’t ordinary like pre-Coronavirus times yet we are glad to meet our companions and school teachers. Plus, studies will be more intuitive”

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