Schools to Reopens Post Independence: Expected Rules

Students from schools and colleges got relaxed by listening to the reopening date of their institute. Earlier it was observed that from 15th July, students will be back to schedule. But in the recent interview with HRD Minister, it is clear that the school will reopen from the 15th of August.
HRD Minister Ramesh Pokhriyal finally revealed in an interview on 3rd June that schools will reopen post-Independence Day. He also added that Green and Orange zones would reopen their educational centers first and to maintain social distancing various norms will be introduced.
The expected change in Rules and Behaviors are
1. School might conduct two shifts in a day, to maintain smaller attendance.
2. CCTV will be installed to watch over norms of social distancing.
3. Teachers and students are expected to wear masks and gloves, to break the chain of the virus every time.
4. Thermal scanning is necessary so scanners will be installed in schools.
5. Two students will sit on three-seaters.
Moreover, safety guidelines will be issued once schools reopen. It will be shared by the DM or SDM of each concerned area.
“We are trying to get declared all the results from the examinations this session by August 15,” said the HRD Minister.
Nothing is changed in the conduction of Exams. CBSE exams would be held from July 1 to July 15. And ICSE exams will be held between July 1-12. After a week of confusion, CBSE students are now clear with the following.
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