First day of schools: Pre-board in some private schools, 9th-11th classes did not start due to practical in some

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Despite getting permission from the government to start classes 9th-11th, most private schools did not teach offline. Pre-board examinations are going on in a school, while practicals are being taken somewhere. Some schools were not ready to start classes all of a sudden, there was a practice of sanitization on Monday.

After sanitization, these schools will open in a day or two. Practical and pre-board examinations are going on, where classes of ninth-eleven will be started later. Parents will be informed about this from the school management. The DPS, one of the city’s leading private schools, is running pre-board exams for class X-XII.

This month the offline class of ninth-eleventh will not start here. That is, classes will not take place. Classes will be conducted online for children. Similarly, practical examinations are going on at Brighton School. Therefore, children were not invited here. Children were not given entry due to sanitization in Gyan Ganga School. JD Daga School will offer classes from 18. The school will start from 17 in MGM school Avanti Vihar.

Most students arrived wearing masks
Most of the students arrived at school wearing masks to rescue from Corona. Most students also had a water bottle and lunch box in their hands. In some schools, students who did not wear masks were given a medicated mask there. Permission was granted to check the temperature of the students at Salem English Medium School. More than 250 female students reached the Dani Girls School. JN Pandey Multipurpose School students had a good attendance. Around 500 students arrived here. It is believed that in the coming few days it will be present and increase.

Attendance in colleges was less on the first day
The colleges also opened for offline studies from Monday. But the attendance of students in them was quite low. Few students reached Durga College, Chhattisgarh College, Vivekananda College, Degree Girls College, Science College among others. Now offline studies have started, but online classes will also be run. Students from all classes have been called. New arrangements will be made when the attendance of students is high.

Prayers were not held and the canteen was also closed
The risk of corona is not completely averted. As a result, the school management took only three hours of class instead of five-six hours. Prayer was not offered before any school. The canteens were kept closed. The school has been announced to open on Saturday, so many school managers could not make a system of subject-wise studies till Monday. Responsibilities of the school say that the study schedule will be made according to the number of students.

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Raishumari – Not all parents are ready to send children yet
Schools have opened from Monday to the twelfth from Monday. But many children’s parents still fear for Koreana. He says the threat of corona has not been completely avoided. In such a situation it would not be appropriate to send children to school. Dainik Bhaskar discussed this issue with some parents.

Himanshu Mishra of Saddu Capital Homes-2 says that her child is a Class XI student at Ryan International School. A letter of consent was sent on behalf of the school, I refused, seeing the corona infection. Shyam Parghan, a resident of Rohinipuran, told that his children study in tenth and twelfth at Holicras School Baron Bazaar. Right now online pre board examinations are going on here. What is the arrangement for offline class? First we will see him and then he will send the children to school if necessary.

Vinay Shukla of Azad Chowk says that his children study in the ninth-eleventh in KPS. There was online class throughout the year. Don’t want to send children to school right now, because Corona’s fear is not over. Deepti Verma said that her daughter is a student of Central School. She does not want to send her to school. P. Sahu, resident of Didinagar, also does not want to send the child to school. He told that his child is a ninth student at Little Flower School. Kota resident Seema Agarwal’s child is a Class 12 student in a private school in Kota. He said that for a few days, we will see what the school has arranged. Will send only when satisfied. Don’t want to send now Jyoti Verma said that her child is a Class IX student. She studies at Dani Girls School. The school will be crowded by opening. This can cause problems. We will not send you to school in the beginning.

Nagesh Banchore of Choubey Colony says his son is a student of class XII at Radiant Way School. He is currently running an online pre-board exam. Schools have been opened, but will not send at present because of security.

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