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Schools bound to call in students on alternate days
« on: January 23, 2021, 12:25:30 PM »
Schools bound to call in students on alternate days
KARACHI:23 January:All public and private educational institutions are bound to call students to campus on alternate days - half the student population on one day and the other half on the next, said Sindh Education Minister Saeed Ghani on Friday.

Ghani was briefing the media outside the Sindh Assembly building after the education department’s steering committee’s meeting on the day. Examinations will be conducted after 60 per cent of the syllabus is complete, said the minister, reiterating that no student will be promoted this year without sitting for exams. Even if the examinations have to be delayed by two or three months, he added.

Schools across the province are set to resume on campus classes from February 1 for Grades I to VIII, as decided earlier by the National Command and Operating Centre.

But, said Ghani, every child will be on school premises only three days a week as educational institutes are to call students in two groups, on alternate days.

All educational institutes are also bound to follow the coronavirus-related standard operating procedures (SOPs) mandated by the steering committee, he added.

Ghani reiterated that coronavirus screenings will continue at all public and private educational institutes.

The minister further apprised that a sub-committee of the steering committee, which comprises the secretaries, members and chairpersons of schools, colleges and universities and boards, will present a report regarding the current and next educational years, examination schedule, holidays and admissions in the next week.The news.
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