Schools in Assam to Re-Open from September 21 : Check other details

BONGAIGAON: The Assam government has decided to reopen schools in the state, amid the surging number of cases in the country, the in line with from September 21.

However, the Assam government is reopening the schools only for the students studying in class 9th, 10th, 11th, and 12th on a voluntary basis and has also issued guidelines and SOPs, adhering to COVID-19 protocols for reopening schools in the state.

According to the order issued by the principal secretary to the state secondary education department B Kalyan Chakravarthy, the SOPs issued for the reopening of schools will come into effect from September 21 and shall remain operative till next 15 days. The SOPs will be modified after observing the situation for 15 days.

As per the guidelines, students from Classes 9 to 12 will be allowed to attend the schools and colleges, while all other classes below class 9 will remain suspended. It further stated that for the students of Classes 9 and 12, classes will be conducted on Monday, Wednesday, and Friday. On the other hand, for the 10 and 11 standards the classes will be held on Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday.

“For every class, the students should be divided into two batches, so that, in any class, the total number of students is less than 20. The first batch of students will come to school from 9-12 am, for the second batch of students classes will be held from 1 pm to 4 pm,” read the SOP.

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