West Bengal School Reopen: Schools from class VIII to XII have opened in Bengal (West Bengal School Reopening). After the opening of the school, once again there is an atmosphere of happiness among the students.
Photo: Schools open in Bengal.
Schools from class VIII to XII opened in West Bengal amid Corona epidemic.West Bengal school Reopening) went. After the opening of the school, once again there is an atmosphere of happiness among the students. Saraswati Puja (Saraswati PujaSchool-college-university and other educational institutions have opened in the state from the first Thursday. The students have again returned to their classes. Its preparation had started two days back. On one hand, all efforts are being made to make the students follow the rules of Corona. Social distancing in schoolsSocial Distancing) is being followed and the temperature of the children is being checked before entering the school. Separate seating arrangements have been made for children in schools as well.
Explain that schools, colleges and universities in the state were closed on March 16, 2020, then classes from class IX to XII started on February 12, 2021, but the school was closed again from April 20, 2021. Education Minister Perth Chatterjee had earlier announced summer vacation due to the second wave of Kovid (West Bengal Covid restrictions). Then on November 17, 2021, the school reopened for classes IX to XII, but on January 3, 2022, the school was closed again on the strength of the third wave.
Social distancing is being followed in school
The Vice Principal of Ballygunge Shiksha Sadan said, ‘Schools are open. This is a very good thing. Children are very happy to come to school. We are trying to follow the Kovid rule at the school gate. Children are being admitted to the school by following social distancing. All the stairs of the school have been allotted. It is specified that the student of which class will go to the class by which ladder. Even in tiffin, students will not get up from their seats. They have been asked to keep sanitizers with them. Foot sanitizers have been installed at various places. Asked to bring dry tiffin. Sharing tiffin is not allowed.
‘Padaya Shikshalaya’ from fifth to seventh
In a notification issued by the Department of School Education, it was said that under the project named ‘Padaya Shikshalay’ (education center in the locality), classes for word knowledge, arithmetic, story telling, poetry, singing and dance and other subjects will be conducted. According to the notification issued, following the Kovid safety rules, classes will be conducted in two shifts – from 11 am to 1 pm and from 1.30 pm to 3.30 pm. Education Minister Vratya Basu said 50,159 schools would be included in the ‘Padaya Shikshalaya’ project in which classes would be conducted in the open ground near the school building.
Great enthusiasm among children about schools
He told that two lakh regular teachers and 21 thousand tender teachers will teach the children there. He said that this would benefit about 60 lakh children. Academician Pavitra Sarkar said that it does not seem that there will be any positive impact from this project. Bratya Basu said that I do not know whether necessary infrastructure can be created for this. SFI state general secretary Srijan Bhattacharya said the project was just a gimmick and infrastructure was not available to conduct classes for so many students. The National Secretary of Akhil Bharatiya Vidyarthi Parishad, Saptarshi Sarkar, said that the ‘Padaya Shikshalaya’ project was announced without any serious discussion and only regular classes could benefit the students.
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