Reopening educational institutions
The global Pandemic of Coronavirus has killed millions of people and infected crores. Economies across the globe have been wrecked badly.But one of the worst hit sector has been Education, as millions of students are since more than one year and half throughout world staying away from schools due to pandemic. Although the online classes have been started but that mode of education has limited efficiency and can’t match real school experience.Now in a positive development, Lieutenant Governor Manoj Sinha on Wednesday said that the decision to reopen the colleges and universities in Kashmir this month is being deliberated upon by the administration with ensuring of prior covid jabs to students above 18 before it.
LG Sinha said to reporters on the sidelines of a function at SKICC that they are thinking about reopening of colleges and universities in Kashmir this month after administering covid jabs to students above 18 years old. He said that the administration is already aware about the demands of parents to reopen the schools.
He further said that regarding the reopening of schools, both primary and secondary, the decision would be taken after the unlocking of colleges and universities.
Meanwhile, More students in the country have stepped inside a classroom for the first time in nearly 18 months, as authorities give the green light to partially reopen more schools despite apprehension from some parents and signs that infections are picking up again.
Schools and colleges in at least six more states of India will reopen gradually with health measures in place throughout September.One hopes our education institutions open soon so that our kids once again see bright prospect of education .