Nagpur: Amidst the growing shadow of the coronavirus pandemic, there has been no change in permission to educational institutions in the district, Which is going to open once again on Monday after the Christmas holiday.
Physical classes for classes I to XII, as well as undergraduate and postgraduate courses, will once again resume as per the 50:50 formula. And with this, the administration has allowed about 50% of the total students to attend individual classes, While the rest of the students can appear in the online session.
Nagpur Municipal Corporation (NMC), Amid rising coronavirus cases in the city, as well as schools, have decided to wait and see how the coronavirus situation pans out.
Civic chief Radhakrishnan B has said that the permission will be reviewed in the coming week.
R Vimala, the Collector, has ruled out any review of the existing permission to hold students physical classes.
Regular Schooling Continue
Many educational institutions were undecided about resuming physical classes once again mainly due to the reluctance of the parents, In the past month. Many of them had postponed the plan to once again start the date of January 3, But still undecided. However, the covid vaccination program for 15 to 18 will ensure that the schools call their class X to XII students.
The principal of St. Ursula Girls’ High School Rachna Singh has said that the plan to resume physical classes for classes 5 to 7 has been put on hold. They will call classes X to XII in batches of 100 only to start the covid vaccination program and classes of students. And anyway these students had to come for offline activities before the board exams. For the rest, they’ll just wait and see this week. He has over 4,000 girl students to deal with.
Ashnarayan Tiwari, principal of Junior College and Adarsh Vidya Mandir High School, has said that the parents have been informed. And regular schooling will continue by strictly following the guidelines of coronavirus. Students of classes I to XII will attend physical class on alternate days only.
Two CBSE schools were closed for 10 days after several students tested positive in the month of December.