Action will be taken against Principal and Manager, says Basic Siksha Adhikari, Uttar Pradesh government, after a private school in Jalaun district conducted classes by calling students to the school premise. Earlier it was reported that a private school in Jalaun district reopned the school and called students amid lockdown.
The booked Principal and Manager of the private school were conducting classes by calling students to the school amid COVID19. After getting the report, Department will take strict action against them, as it is strict violation of the MHA guidelines after Covid19, says Premchand Basic Siksha Adhikari, Uttar Pradesh.
A private school in Jalaun conducted classes by calling students to the school amid #COVID19. Premchand, Basic Shiksha Adhikari says, "No instructions have been issued by govt to reopen schools. Strict action will be taken against the manager & principal of the school." (18.8) pic.twitter.com/HHeNscvA6L— ANI UP/Uttarakhand (@ANINewsUP) August 19, 2020
As News agency ANI reported, students were seen without masks and also the social distancing norms wer e set aside. The report alleges that School Principal and Manager called Primary and Nursery students to school in Jalaun, which is a clear violation of centre's guidelines. No instructions have been issued by the government or the district administration to reopen schools. Strict action will be taken against the manager and principal," Basic Siksha Adhikari told ANI.
According to new MHA guidelines released under Un-lock 3, all schools, Universities & other academic institutions are closed across the country till August 30, 2020. The decision on re-opening of Schools and Colleges is yet to be taken by the Ministry of Home Affairs.