Authorities faculties in Hyderabad reopen following security precautions amid COVID-19 pandemic

HYDERABAD: Authorities faculties throughout Hyderabad reopened on Monday with all security precautions in place, six months after the nationwide lockdown that was introduced as a result of COVID-19.

Chatting with ANI, Karuna Sri, Headmistress of Raj Bhawan Authorities Faculty in Hyderabad, mentioned “Ranging from at present, we’re permitting highschool college students to attend college beneath the rules issued by the Telangana authorities, and Central authorities. All of the precautionary preparations have been made on the college.”

She mentioned that college students are given the selection to attend class on-line or offline and fogeys are knowledgeable about the identical.

“If the coed carries any doubts after attending on-line courses, they’ll come and attend the varsity, supplied that they carry their very own sanitizer and face masks and gloves. We’ve got additionally arrange a sanitiser on the college. The scholars and fogeys should signal a declaration saying their ward does not carry any signs of COVID-19 and would take correct care of themselves,” she mentioned.

The Headmistress mentioned that although fewer college students turned up at college on the primary day, the administration is anticipating the rely will improve within the coming days.

“Being the primary day, much less variety of college students turned as much as the faculties, however coming days we predict the coed rely would possibly improve and now we have taken all of the precautionary steps required,” she mentioned.

Dad and mom, whose wards joined the faculties, lauded the preparations made by the varsity.

“My daughter is finding out in a authorities college and at present I dropped her at college. All the mandatory precautions are being taken by college authorities. Ranging from sustaining the social distancing, to sanitisation, all the things is being taken correct care of,” says Mohammad Javeed, a dad or mum.

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