Unlock 4: Class 9-12 students can visit schools voluntarily

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The Central Government has announced the Standard Operating Procedure (SOP) for reopening schools and colleges closed due to the Corona virus epidemic.  According to the new guideline, the school is allowed to open from September 21 with conditions for students from standard 9 to standard 12.  However, whether students go to school or not will depend on them.

 According to the new guideline, it will be mandatory to have a distance of at least 6 feet between the students in the school.  Similarly, wearing a face cover or mask will also be mandatory.  While schools in the containment zone will not be allowed to open.
The SOP announced by the Union Ministry of Health for re-opening for students from Std 9 to 12 states that the approval for online / distance learning will remain the same.

 The school may call a maximum of 50 per cent teaching and non-teaching staff for online teaching / tele-counseling and other related work.  Similarly, students from 9th to 12th standard are also allowed to go to school if they want to be guided by their teachers.  However, the student will need to get the written consent of his parents or other relatives.  In addition, students will have the option of online teaching.

According to the published guidelines, schools will arrange seating for students from class to lab in such a way that a distance of at least 6 feet is maintained between them.  The ban on activities such as gathering students, assembly halls and sports will remain in place, as it risks spreading the transition.  In addition to the state helpline number at the school, the number of local health officials will also be disclosed so that they can be contacted in case of any emergency.

 Teachers or staff living in the containment zone are not allowed to go to school.  Schools that used to be quarantine centers have also been instructed to sanitize well before opening.  In addition all schools have been instructed to sanitize with hypochloride solution.
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