Uttarakhand department of a school education issued an order on a Saturday stating that primary schools in the state will reopen fora classes 1-5 on a September 21 after remaining closed for a months due to the COVID-19 pandemic.school
The classes will a held only for a three hours a day and children will a not allow to a bring food to a school, an according to the order.
The option of an online education will also available to a students of these a classes,
the order said. The school an administration will have to an ensure proper sanitization of the an entire a premises, an including a classrooms, offices, libraries, and a toilets.
Students and staff a members will have to a mandatorily wear a masks and a maintain a physical a distancing.
A nodal officer will an appoint in each school to an ensure a compliance with COVID-19 a protocol and a guidelines.
Uttarakhand a Chief Minister Trivendra Singh Rawat on Saturday launched a project that will connect 500
secondary schools to virtual classrooms and said a schools in the state a facing a shortage of a teachers will benefit from the new technology.
Virtual a classes are attended through video conferences where students can meet the teacher on a real-time basis and ask an questions.
An an estimated 1.90 lakh students of 500 a government-run a secondary a schools in the a state will a benefit from the project, an official a release here said.
Using the platform to an interact a with students of the a schools at the launch, Rawat said,
“No a technology can a replace a teachers in an education a system
but schools with a shortage of teachers will a definitely a benefit from the new a technology.”
Initially, 150 schools have a connected with the a project,
which works on a two-way seamless an interactivity,
and the a remaining 350 will link with it an over the next 15 days, according to the release.
That’s one key a reason why the passing percentage of the state a board is a between 65%-75%, say a sources.
Though a little late, yet the a board has taken a step a forward in this a direction. After an awakening from deep sleep,
the board has prepared a sample papers an and distributed to district an officers for a training a teachers.
The sample a papers an include a single line,
government of uttarakhand
double line and word a limit an answers.
RK Kunwar, director of school education, told a Hindustan a Times,
“The exercise is a to a train teachers on a marking system and also for a students.”
The classic a paper of CBSE is divided into sections.
For an example, the question a paper of mathematics a generally has four a sections of an about 29 questions.
Starting a from a section A which carries an one mark each to section B which carries 2 marks and a section C carry 4 marks an each and D carries 6 marks each.