The state authorities has requested the faculties to strictly observe the Covid-19 commonplace working procedures (SOPs) like thermal screening of scholars, hand sanitising, sporting of masks, social distancing in lecture rooms, they mentioned.
The federal government had determined to permit the faculties to reopen from November 21 onwards for Courses 10 and 12 within the preliminary section.
Chief Minister Pramod Sawant, who additionally holds the schooling portfolio, had introduced on November four that every one the Covid-19 security protocols must be adopted by these establishments.
Speaking to PTI, a senior official of the state schooling division mentioned, “Colleges in Goa reopened on Saturday morning for Courses 10 and 12. The faculties are adopting all the mandatory SOPs to make sure that the school rooms are secure. The managements had been knowledgeable prematurely in order that they are often able to resume the courses.”
The schooling division had consulted all of the stakeholders, together with dad and mom, lecturers and managements earlier than deciding to reopen faculties, he mentioned.
A senior office-bearer of a city-based college mentioned, “Now we have put in thermal weapons on the entry level of the varsity. Now we have made it necessary for the scholars to sanitise their palms.”
“The power of classroom has been restricted, as a result of which we’ve to repeat the periods. On the primary day, the varsity attendance was skinny as solely half the scholars had been requested to stay current,” he mentioned.
“Remainder of the scholars can be known as from subsequent week onwards,” he mentioned, including that the lecturers must educate the identical half no less than 5 instances as a way to cowl all the batch.
The Goa Board of Secondary and Larger Secondary Schooling (GBSHSE) had already introduced that 30 per cent of the syllabus can be decreased for the present educational 12 months.
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