Patiala: The reopening of faculties in Punjab , which have been closed because of the second wave of Corona, is being ranging from July 26. The college students from class X to XII have been allowed to attend the faculty inside the scope of Covid applicable behaviour. Preparations in this regard have been completed in 109 secondary and 94 excessive faculties of Patiala district.
Divulging particulars, District Education Officer (Secondary) Harinder Kaur mentioned that the faculty heads had been requested to observe the directions issued by the Punjab Government and instructions had additionally been issued to all to take necessary precautions to forestall Covid-19.
All the excessive and senior secondary faculties in the district have been sanitized utterly and the faculties have been cleaned specifically, she added.
In this regard, Govt. Senior Secondary School Philkhana’s Principal Rajneesh Kumar mentioned that he had alerted the college students to put on masks whereas coming into the faculty, to maintain their fingers sanitised and keep the required distance, via zoom conferences carried out by the class in-charges. Duties of the employees have been assigned for compliance.
Government High School Ranbirpura Headmaster and Block Nodal Officer Patiala-3, Lalit Singla mentioned that lecturers and college students are eagerly awaiting for tomorrow. There is lots of enthusiasm amongst lecturers and college students in this regard. He mentioned that each one preparations have been made in the faculties for compliance with COVID-19 guidelines. Deepak Singh, a father of two college students, mentioned that though the schooling division had made nice efforts to supply on-line schooling via TV and cellular throughout the Corona disaster, the youngsters have been extra in going to highschool and their want can be fulfilled tomorrow. Husandeep Kaur, a pupil of Government Senior Secondary School, Chappar, says, “she has been ready for a very long time to start out faculty as a result of some of the issues that college students study in faculty, can’t be realized on-line.”