Crisis Management Committees to decide on starting schools: MP CM
BHOPAL [Maha Media]: Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan has said that final decision on opening of schools for Class XI and XII from July 26 will be taken by the Crisis Management Committees. Schools can begin operating in the districts where there are no cases of coronavirus.
But in this regard, Crisis Management Committees, ministers incharge of the districts, District Collector can hold discussions and begin operating the schools by taking people into confidence. Children should not be called to schools without the permission of their parents. Parental consent will be required for children to come to school. He was addressing a meeting organised regarding corona control at Mantralaya.
He said that operation of Class XI and XII should be started from July 26 with 50 per cent capacity. Initially, classes should be conducted one day at a time on an experimental basis. From the first week of August, classes should be conducted for two days with 50 per cent capacity. 50 per cent of the students of the class should come on the first two days and the remaining 50 per cent on the next two days.
In this way, in a week only four days of school will be held. He said that it will be necessary to maintain social distancing by sitting in alternate chairs, wearing mask, use of sanitiser and 100 per cent adherence to corona appropriate behaviour.