Sindh allows on-campus classes from tomorrow

 Sindh allows on-campus classes from tomorrow

Sindh allows on-campus classes from grade 6 to 8 tomorrow

Karachi, 14June: Sindh has decided to allow on-campus academic activities of classes six to eight with a 50 percent attendance at a time from Tuesday (tomorrow).

Taking to Twitter after a meeting of the COVID Task Force headed by Chief Minister Syed Murad Ali Shah, Saeed Ghani said that the classes of sixth to eighth grade would resume from Tuesday, and in case of further improvement in COVID situation, the primary classes will begin from June 21.

Senator Saeed Ghani, however, said that the entire staff of the school had to get themselves vaccinated before the resumption of classes.

It is pertinent to mention here that the Sindh government announced to reopen educational institutions for classes nine and above from June 7 with strict observance of standard operating procedures (SOPs).

“Sindh Corona Task Force has decided to reopen educational institutions of Sindh for class 9th and above from 7th June(tomorrow) with strict SOPs. All staff must be get vaccinated,” Saeed Ghani tweeted.

The announcement came after the National Command and Operation Centre (NCOC) allowed the reopening of all educational institutes in districts with a low positivity ratio of Covid-19 cases from June 7 (Monday).

Read more: KP closes primary, middle schools among heatwave

Remember, All primary and center schools in both summer and winter zones of KP have been shut uncertainly due to a serious heatwave in the province.

Timings for optional and higher auxiliary classes (grades nine to 12) have been changed to 7 am to 10 pm. As indicated by a notice given by the KP Elementary and Secondary School Department.

Instructive foundations have been told to direct classes of just those subjects. That students are showing up for in tests this year.

District schooling officials will be liable for advising. The association boards in regards to regions with hot temperatures and play it safe.

The choice will be executed in both private and government-funded schools. The training office has encouraged students to cover their heads with caps, covers or umbrellas, and drink a lot of fluids/water.

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