January 19, 2022

Haryana News In Hindi: Schools Will Reopen In Haryana From December 14 – Schools will re-open in Haryana from December 14, only students of 10th and 12th will come, they will have to accept these instructions


News Desk, Amar Ujala, Chandigarh
Updated Wed, 09 Dec 2020 09:50 PM IST

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Government and private schools will reopen in Haryana from December 14. The government has decided to invite only students of 10th and 12th schools. Schools up to class VIII will remain closed till further orders. Now 9th and 11th classes will not be held. The decision to reopen the schools was taken late Wednesday in a high level meeting chaired by Education Minister Kanwar Pal. All high officials of the Education Department were involved in this.

On opening of the school, the head must ensure adherence to the advisory of the Health Department issued on 8 December 2020. Classes will be held in the schools from December 14 as before, but in view of Corona, only students of board class 10th and 12th will come to school. Parents’ permission will also be required for this.

The headman will have to get the campus completely sanitized before the school opens. A large number of students were found corona positive in many districts of Haryana. After which the government closed all the schools from 20 to 30 November. It was reviewed again and it was decided to keep the schools closed till 10 December. In the meeting held on Wednesday, it has been agreed to open from 14 December. Even if the school opened on 11 December, the same day would have been studied, since 12-13 December is a Saturday-Sunday holiday.

These instructions of the health department will have to be followed

  • Social distancing must be ensured in classrooms.
  • All teachers and students coming to school will be screened.
  • Only those without symptoms will be allowed to enter the premises.
  • Corona test of teachers and students with no symptoms will have to be arranged in collaboration with the local officers of the Health Department, allowing students with negative reports to come to school.
Government and private schools will reopen in Haryana from December 14. The government has decided to invite only students of 10th and 12th schools. Schools up to class VIII will remain closed till further orders. Now 9th and 11th classes will not be held. The decision to reopen the schools was taken late Wednesday in a high level meeting chaired by Education Minister Kanwar Pal. All high officials of the Education Department were involved in this.

On opening of the school, the head must ensure adherence to the advisory of the Health Department issued on 8 December 2020. Classes will be held in the schools from December 14 as before, but in view of Corona, only students of board class 10th and 12th will come to school. Parents’ permission will also be required for this.

The headman will have to get the campus completely sanitized before the school opens. A large number of students were found corona positive in many districts of Haryana. After which the government closed all the schools from 20 to 30 November. It was reviewed again and it was decided to keep the schools closed till 10 December. In the meeting held on Wednesday, it has been agreed to open from 14 December. Even if the school opened on 11 December, the same day would have been studied, since 12-13 December is a Saturday-Sunday holiday.

These instructions of the health department will have to be followed

  • Social distancing must be ensured in classrooms.
  • All teachers and students coming to school will be screened.
  • Only those without symptoms will be allowed to enter the premises.
  • Corona test of teachers and students with no symptoms will have to be arranged in collaboration with the local officers of the Health Department, allowing students with negative reports to come to school.


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