Tamil Nadu School reopening from October 1 with proposed social norms – Minister K.A.Sengottaiyan.
The Government of Tamil Nadu has announced that 10th to Eleventh and Plus Two students in Tamil Nadu can come to school on a voluntary basis.
General Secretary Shanmugam has issued an order to split into two groups and come to school three days a week.
It has also issued some guidelines regarding students coming to school. Students from 10th to 12th will be divided into two groups.
One group can come to school on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays. Another group on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays.
Meanwhile, Teachers should also split into two groups and take classes for students. The first group will take classes on Mondays and Tuesdays, and the second group on Wednesdays and Thursdays.
Tamil Nadu School Reopening: Social gaps should be followed in the classroom and on school campuses.
- There should be no congestion inside classroom. Minimum six feet of space for each seats inside classroom.
- As students gather en masse, sporting events should be avoided.
- Conduct classes in open-natural environments with good breaks if the weather cooperates.
- Students and teachers should follow disinfectant procedures to get inside the classroom.
- Everyone must wear a mask.
- for Attendance, replace Biometric with an alternate method.
- Teachers, Students and office workers should have their body temperature checked with a thermal scanner.
- Students coming to school should keep notebooks, erasers, pens, pencils, and water bottles separately. Students should not share their belongings to another student.
Regarding the college opening, University Grants Commission (UGC) has made an announcement to start the new academic session for freshers from November 1.
However, many colleges and schools have been functioning from September on a trial basis in most states of the country amidst CoVid-19.
Minister of school education K. A. Sengottaiyan said, based on the expert committee’s report, the current Curriculum has been reduced by 40 per cent, which is to reduce the burden of the school students.
Meanwhile, the CoronaVirus death toll counted 66 with 5692 new positive cases, according to the reports issued by the Directorate of Public Health and Preventive Medicine, Health and Family Welfare Department of Tamil Nadu.