- All primary schools have opened in MP from today
- After 18 months, students reached class one to fifth
- All schools are now open with 50 percent capacity
- Kovid protocol is being followed in schools
MP primary schools are already closed before the first wave of Corona. After the second wave stopped, from today onwards, schools from class one to fifth have opened in entire MP (MP School Reopening News). All schools have opened following Kovid rules. The class has only one child seated on a bench. At present, schools are open with 50 percent capacity. Children had reached most of the government schools today.
Alia Ali, who came to study in Bhopal government school, said that it feels good to be here after so many days. At the same time, the principal said that the Kovid guideline is being followed in the school. However, it is not mandatory to come. Children will come to school only after the permission of the parents. Young children were imprisoned in the house for the last 18 months. After a long time at school meeting my teacher and friends.
At the same time, prayer will also not be conducted due to Kovid. The school has been sanitized before the arrival of the children. Along with this, their temperature has also been checked upon arrival at school. Children with cold and fever are not allowed to come to school. Children will be responsible for safety after reaching school. Parents have given written consent to send their children to school.
Along with this, social distancing will also be followed in the classroom. Children will not share each other’s lunch boxes and bottles. This will also be monitored by the school management. According to the instructions of the district administration, the duty of teachers has been imposed to keep an eye on the children.