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Wednesday, October 21, 2020

Schools to open in Andhra Pradesh from November 2, classes to be held on alternate days

 

Schools are going to reopen in Andhra Pradesh from 2 November. However, some guidelines have also been issued regarding the opening of the school. Classes for students will be held on alternate days.


Schools are going to reopen in Andhra Pradesh from 2 November. However, some guidelines have also been issued regarding the opening of the school. Classes for students will be held on alternate days. Chief Minister YS Jagan Mohan Reddy gave this information through a video conference on Tuesday. He said, "Classes for odd-numbered grades will be held on one day, while students of even-odd grades will participate the next day."

At the same time, in the wake of the Kovid-19 epidemic, all the board schools including the state's Secondary Education Council, which were closed at the lockdown announced in March, opened on Monday after almost seven months. Additional Chief Secretary of Secondary Education Department Aradhana Shukla said that the work of reading and reading started in all the schools of class 9 to 12, including Uttar Pradesh Secondary Education Council, in the state.

In UP, classes were conducted following the rules of the Kovid protocol including physical distance in two shifts. He said that the system of sanitizer, handwash, thermal scanning and first aid in the school, cleanliness of the campus and provision of clean drinking water was closely investigated.

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