Source: India Today
Schools in Srinagar valley have been reopened for the students of Classes 10 to 12 in Kashmir with proper Covid-19 guidelines after the government orders were given. After the order stated by the government, students have started to visit their schools with the required Covid-19 guidelines issued by the administration.
The last 2 years have hit the education sector baldy due to the Covid-19 lockdown which resulted in a huge mental loss for students on a large scale. No doubt, students are attending the online classes but the physical presence of their teachers in classrooms has its own importance which all the students have been missing for the past 2 years now.
So, after seeing some improvement in the Covid-19 situation, the government had issued orders regarding the opening of schools for higher class students with proper procedure and advised school authorities to follow the Covid-19 guidelines strictly for the safety of students.
Only limited students are allowed to sit in for classes and are allowed to wear masks, using sanitizers, and maintaining social distancing.
Students who attended their offline classes after a very long time were very excited and thanked the administration for reopening higher classes which was very important to complete the syllabus.