J&K administration issues new Covid-19 tips, allows reopening of schools for classes 10, 12 | India News – Times of India

JAMMU: The Jammu and Kashmir administration on Sunday allowed reopening of greater academic establishments and schools for college students of classes 10 and 12 with sure situations.
The resolution was taken at a gathering chaired by Chief Secretary A Ok Mehta. It was additionally determined to retain most of the Covid-19 containment tips, together with night time curfew.
In a collection of measures geared toward stopping the unfold of Covid-19, the Jammu and Kashmir administration on April 18 had ordered closure of all academic establishments, together with universities and faculties, until additional orders.
In an order issued after a evaluate of the Covid-19 state of affairs, Mehta, who can also be the chairperson of the State Executive Committee (SEC), stated classes for college students of twelfth commonplace can be permitted with in-particular person attendance not exceeding 50 per cent of capability on a given day.
“Consent shall be obtained from the parents of all students who are willing to attend the school. The school premises should be thoroughly sanitised, proper screening regarding vaccination should be done on the school gate.
“If any scholar or trainer or different faculty workers reveals signs of cough, chilly, or fever, they won’t be allowed to enter the college. The head of the college should be certain that the rules associated to social distancing and Covid protocols are strictly adopted,” the order stated.
The Deputy Commissioners can enable in-particular person classes for college students of tenth commonplace following all protocols.
“The schools, except for relaxations as provided for students of 12th and 10th classes, shall continue to remain closed for on-site/in-person teaching,” the order said.
It said the coaching centres for civil services or engineering or NEET examinations would be permitted with limited in-person teaching for fully vaccinated staff and students.
“All different teaching centres shall proceed to stay closed for onsite/in-particular person educating,” the order stated.
It stated the upper academic establishments can be permitted to begin restricted in-particular person educating topic to 100 per cent vaccination of workers and college students and particular permission of the Deputy Commissioners.
“Such institutions can organise special vaccination camps in consultation with district administration,” the order stated.
The order stated the night time curfew would proceed to stay in drive in all districts from 8 pm to 7 am, whereas all deputy commissioners shall intensify testing by making optimum use of accessible RT-PCR and RAT capacities.

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