Teachers in Hyderabad are all set to face this with open arms. They open up about how they’re prepping for the pandemic babies by prioritising comfort and fun over rote learning.
The educational institutions have been asked to strictly follow the standard operating procedures and COVID-19 appropriate behaviour.
After the third wave, schools reopened on Monday. They are likely to resume classes till evening from next week , Anganwadis also reopened on Monday after two years
The consent of parents will be essential for students to attend offline classes. If parents do not permit, students will not be forced to come, the state education minister said.
Though parents are eager to send their toddlers to school, they might have to wait longer, as many playschools in the city need more time to put in place the necessary infrastructure.
Schools and colleges in the state were closed on March 23, 2020, due to the spread of Covid.
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Many school campuses will be used as polling stations where there will be heavy movement of polling personnel, police as well as voters and general public which may pose health hazards.
The government had already announced the reopening of schools for Classes 1 to 9 from February 07.
A delegation led by Indira Rajan, general secretary, National Council for CBSE Schools in Kerala, met the education minister in Thiruvananthapuram.
CM Himanta Biswa Sarma said board exams of classes 10 and 12, civic polls, by-elections to Majuli and Karbi Anglong Council elections would be held in the next two months.
Teachers and psychologists are worried over the adverse effects of online classes on the overall growth of the children.
Ahead of DDMA meeting, teachers & parents demand that all educational institutions should go back to their normal routine.
Classes conducted in staggered manner to follow SOPs but concerns over compliance remain