Officials said on Sunday that students can start attending the school of classes 9 and 10 in Andhra Pradesh on alternate days from Monday
Following social distance protocols, each class will have only 16 students. Moreover, the classes will start at 9:15 am and end at 1:45 pm. The Commissioner of School Education V China Veerabhadrudu stated that the academic year has been extended till April 30.
State Education Minister Adimulapu Suresh said they are reopening in a phased manner. Moreover, they are making changes right from day-to-day schedules to mid-day meals to follow safety protocols in wake of the Covid-19 pandemic.
He said they are taking all protection to assure a safe environment in submission with the Standard Operating Procedure of the government. The schools for classes 9 and 10 begin working from November 2, attending lectures on alternate days.
Veerabhadrudu mentioned that washing hands, Wearing masks, and maintaining physical distance is compulsory. However, the online classes will also take place in the afternoon hours, for candidates who didn’t turn up for school.
The authorities have likewise made elective courses of action for the students who pick to remain at home, presenting portable applications like Diksa, and Abyasa, along with Youtube channels, and Doordarshan classes in light of the innovation’s openness for students. Concerning private schools, hostel facilities will be made accessible any time between November 2-23.
Andhra Pradesh has approximately 60,000 schools including private institutions, unaided, and aided. From November 23, schools of class 6-8 will begin. And school commences on December 14, for students of class 1-5, school commences on December 14. The state government has also planned to begin all higher educational establishments from November 2.
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