Now in Unlock-3, the Ministry of Home Affairs has lifted the ban on many activities in the third phase and has also issued a guideline regarding the opening of school colleges.
new Delhi. In the midst of Coronavirus Pandemic, the government is constantly trying to open schools and colleges. Constant plans are being made for this. In this episode, the government announced Unlock-3, under which people have been given some relaxation. Earlier recently, the students had opposed the final year examination after the UGC issued the Guidelines (UGC Guidelines). He said that this could harm the health of students.
Central government took this decision
Now in Unlock-3, the Ministry of Home Affairs has lifted the ban on many activities in the third phase, but it has been decided to keep the schools still closed. According to the guidelines issued by the government, all schools, colleges, coaching centers and educational institutions in the country will be closed till August 31. According to the Home Ministry, this decision has been taken in consultation with different states and union territories. In the country, the cases of Kovid-19 are increasing continuously and the decision in the case of opening of schools and colleges will be taken only by thorough assessment.
All activity is being done online
However, the results of most states and CBSE and ICSE board have been declared. Admission is also being done for different classes. But all this is happening online. Experts also say that it will not be right to open schools and colleges as the health of the students may be damaged.
some experts are in favor of
opening of schools, however, different schools are open – Different views. Some experts believe that school colleges should be opened. Recently, some doctors of AIIMS were also of the opinion that schools should be opened and this will develop herd immunity. He believed that how long the vaccine of Kovid-19 will be made, nothing can be said about it. In European countries too, the work of opening schools has been started gradually.
However, it should not be forgotten that the size of schools in India is smaller than that of European schools, especially in villages. Therefore, opening of schools can increase the difficulties even more.