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Day 1: 75% of Primary School Students Pass the Government in Kamrup-M

Day 1: 75% of Primary School Students Pass the Government in Kamrup-M
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Guwahati: In-person classes starting on Tuesday after the third wave of the Covid-19 pandemic hit the country, but 75% of students at the basic level, which was said to be the worst affected because of the online class, skipping offline studies on the first day of reopening government schools here .
A better presence in other districts where 80% of students come to school.
The school authority here blames the “stagnant mindset” of the guardian and students for a bad presence.
But the scene was completely different in private schools.
The school inspector in Kumbrup (Metro), Prasanna Borah, said it might need a few days to enter going to school mode.
“In the lower main class (up to class V), its presence is small, but most in the government managed by the government.
In many leading private schools here, we see classrooms packed today,” Borah told Toi, Tuesday.
The teacher is also on time, he said.
Minati Kalita, whose son is a government elementary school student in Panbazar, said they were not too familiar with technology and he sent his son to school without hesitation.
“Since 2020 we have not been able to send our children to school without interruption.
We cannot buy a home tutorial and connect with teachers regularly for online classes.
Physical class has brought great help,” he said.
However, in some Kendriya Vidyalaya (KVS) in the city, however, online class continues for class VIII until they are still waiting for instructions from higher authority.
From class IX to XII, students attend physical classes on alternative days at KVS.
Thermal sanitisers and scanners are regulated by school authorities but most students are reported to have no infection.
“Students from Nursery to class XII go to school but with masks.
Everyone is enthusiastic about the new start.
Guardian satisfied with a drastic decline in covid cases everyday,” K Chanda said, the head of the South Point School, Guwahati.
The State Education Department has enabled the reopening of all schools (government and private) from class I to the university level, including technical institutions, with “normal ways” from Tuesday.
But it puts conditions that there should not be more than 30 students in each part.
“Minimum 6 feet of physical distance maintenance both inside and outside the class must be ascertained,” read the SOP released on Monday.

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