The school principals in the national capital welcomed the government’s decision to reopen schools for 10th and 12th grade students, saying that this would give students enough time and a good environment to prepare for the board exams.
New Delhi: The school principals in the national capital welcomed the government’s decision to reopen schools for 10th and 12th-grade students, saying that this would give students enough time and a good environment to prepare for the board exams. Alka Kapoor, Principal of Modern Public School, Shalimar Bagh, said, “The decision to call the students to the school will help them to prepare for their upcoming board exams.
In addition, the school administration will take many such steps to ensure that students are protected from infection. The safest way for students to move would be to transport the students to their parents and guardians in private vehicles. “He said,” At a time, only a few students will be present in the classroom so that the school authorities Will help maintain proper physical distance between students and prevent the spread of infection.”
The Delhi government has given permission to reopen schools for class 10th and 12th from January 18 in view of the board examination. However, the government has made it clear that physical attendance is not compulsory and students will go to school only with the consent of parents.
However, schools are going to reopen in the national capital 10 months after it was closed last year to prevent the spread of corona virus, for which the Directorate of Education has issued a directive that Covid-19 will start classes in schools from Monday. -19 All guidelines for prevention should be followed. According to Priyanka Barra, Principal of MRG School, Rohini, the government has made an alternative arrangement for parents to send their children to school. However, his advice is that students come to school for better preparation for board exams. He said, “The decision to reopen schools has been taken at the right time, when the vaccination campaign is starting across India. These announcements are a sign of good times to come. Delhi government has not made it mandatory for students to come to school, But as a principal, my advice to parents is to send their children to school for better preparation for board exams. Barra said, “We will ensure complete safety protocols at our campus and will maintain physical distance at all times, with mandatory temperature checks. This is an important time for students preparing for board exams, so detailed and classroom teaching will be their test.” Will prove to be a great help for the preparation of.