Hyderabad(Hyd): Govt educational institutions across Hyderabad(Hyd) re-opened on Mon. with all safety precautions in place, 6 mos after the countrywide lock-down that has been declared because of COVID-19.
Talking to ANI, Karuna Sri, Headmistress of Raj Bhawan Govt Educational institution in Hyderabad(Hyd), stated “Beginning from today, we’re allowing High School (H.S.) candidates to participate educational institution within the instructions released by this Telangana (TL) govt, & Central govt. All this precautionary arrangements were made in the educational institution.”
Choice to participate class on-line (or) offline
She stated that candidates are given the choice to participate class on-line (or) offline & parents are reported regarding the same.
“In case the student carries any questions after participating on-line lessons, they could come & participate the educational institution, given that they carry their own own sanitizer & face mask & gloves. We’ve also set up a sanitiser in the educational institution. The candidates & parents should sign a declaration informing their own ward doesn’t carry any signs of COVID-19 & would take (2) proper care of themselves,” she stated.
The Headmistress stated that although fewer candidates changed up in educational institution on the 1st day, the administration is expecting the count going to rise within the coming days.
“Being the 1st day, less no. of candidates changed as many as the educational institutions, however coming days we’re expecting the student count might rise & we’ve taken all this precautionary steps needed,” she stated.
Parents’ views after government educational institutions in Hyderabad(Hyd) re-open
Parents, whose wards joined the educational institutions, lauded the arrangements made by this educational institution.
“My daughter is studying in a govt educational institution & today I dropped her in educational institution. All this required precautions are being taken by educational institution officials. Beginning from keeping the physical distancing, to sanitisation, everything is being taken proper care of,” states Mohammad Javeed, a parent.