Patna, 5/2 (AO Bureau): Bihar government has given the green signal to open the school for the students of class VI to VIII. Classes six and beyond will start in schools from February 8. For this, the education department has issued a guideline. In this regard, Principal Secretary of the Education Department, Sanjay Kumar said that children from class 6 to 8 will be educated with conditions. Only 50 percent of the children will be allowed to come to school on the first day. While it will be mandatory for all teachers to come to school. During this time, two children will be given two masks on behalf of Jeevika.
According to Sanjay Kumar, Principal Secretary, Department of Education, during this time there will be a system of digital thermometer, sanitizer, and soap in the school. While a task team will be formed for cleanliness and sanitization. Not only this, children in school will sit at a distance of 6 feet. At the same time, instructions have also been given to better manage drinking water.
Higher education from 4 January and 5 February …
Education Department Principal Secretary Sanjay Kumar said that it was decided in the group meeting that the government and private schools of the state be opened from February 8. It has been decided to open classes six, seven and class eight from 8 February. Let us tell you that from January 4, higher education schools were opened in the state. Apart from this, in view of the corona epidemic in Bihar, schools from the 9th to the 10th of the state were opened from 5 January. Although some rules were added to it. The rule of 50 percent attendance in a class has been made mandatory.