Bihar Education Department has given permission to resume regular classes for students of classes 1 to 5 from March 1 across the state. The department decided to reopen schools for primary classes after consultation with the recently organized Crisis Management Group.
Chief Secretary Deepak Kumar, who chaired the meeting, said, “We have decided to reopen the school for junior students from March 1. We will hold a review meeting after 15 working days to decide the continuation or termination of classes.” . ” Currently, the schools are working with Kovid-19 preventive measures for the students of 6th to 12th standard.
Like the senior students, the primary class students will also be given two face masks on the first day of reopening. An education department official said, Primary schools will have to follow the Kovid-19 safety guidelines issued for classes 6 to 12. Many parents have also welcomed the decision as the current academic session is about to end.
Seema Pandey, whose daughter studies in class 5, said that it is good that schools are opening again. Online class is not possible for young students. After staying at home, children are losing their disciplined way of living. “
Following the suggestion of the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE), private schools in the city have commenced to start a new academic session on April 1 to complete the new admissions by the end of the month.
Mount Carmel High School and DAV Public School have set the admission process for the primary group on Monday.
Director of Primary Education Ranjit Kumar Singh said, “Admission campaign will be conducted in 72,000 government schools across the state in March to enroll new students.”