Schools Re-opening: Hayana Government in its fresh order has announced on re-opening of the Schools from November 2 in the state. Following the guidelines of Ministry of Home Affairs, Manohar Lal Khattar led Haryana Government is re-opening Government and Private schools for the Class 9-12 students, a Government order says.
According to the new order issued on 30th October, Classes for Class 9-12 are allowed across Government and Private schools in Haryana state from 2nd of November. "Classes to be held from 9.00 am to 12.00 noon following the Standard Operating Procedure (SOP)/ Guidelines of the government", order reads.
Schools for the students are re-opning in state after a gap of nearly 8 months, after the closure was called due to the Covid19 pandemic. District Education Officers are directed to let schools obey the guidelines and SOP of the Haryana state Government.
Schools will be reopening only for the Class 9-12 students across all the districts in Haryana state. Classes will be held following the social-distancing norms, a proper sanitization and dis-infection is also need to assured across the Schools. Government of Haryana earlier decided to re-open schools for class 6th to 9th students from October 15, 2020, which was later delayed.
Haryana Government has laid-down the plan in-line with the Centre's decision allowing resumption of schools from October 15. Earlier the Directorate of School Education, Haryana had issued a letter to District Education Officers, allowing for the schools to open from September 21, 2020 for 9-12 students. While teachers and non-teaching staff have started going to school and regular classes for students are being conducted.
The students were allowed to visit their Schools only after they get written consent from their parents that they can visit schools to their consult teachers about their doubts. "Opening the schools for the students of Classes 6 to 9 to enable them to take guidance from teachers", state Education Minister Kanwar Pal Gurjar said during an interview.