COVID-19 Update: Schools In Punjab To Reopen From Tomorrow For Class 5 to 8
According To The Latest Reports, Schools In Punjab Have Been Ordered To Resume Its Normal Working Schedule. Students From Class 5 To 8 Can Physically Start Attending Classes
Pandemic Coronavirus outspread has brought everything to stand still. While COVID-19 vaccines are yet to be made available for everyone, business and economic sector started resuming its normal working off late. Schools in Punjab have been now ordered to reopen classes 5 to 8 from January 7 onwards.
While giving his nod for the reopening of the schools, Chief Minister Captain Amarinder Singh ensured to direct the schools for the safety of children amidst the pandemic. All the school managements are expected to comply with the guidelines issues by the state government.
“Amarinder Singh launched Mission Shat Pratishat while presiding over an event for distributing smart phones to students of Class 12 on November 7 last year. After the announcement of the mission, the education department’s cutting edge, particularly school teachers, are set to ensure a good result,” apparently said the Minister.
….10 am to 3 pm and students only from class V to XII will be allowed to attend physical classes in the schools. Chief Minister @capt_amarinder Singh led #PunjabGovernment has also directed to ensure the safety of the children amid #COVID19 pandemic……(2)
— Government of Punjab (@PunjabGovtIndia) January 6, 2021
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