BMC is planning to open schools on June 13th

by Web Desk | Published: 12 Jun 2022

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The Brihanmumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) plans to open its schools on Monday, June 13. Despite the fact that the state government last week directed all schools to begin the new academic year on June 13, the number of Covid-19 patients in Mumbai is increasing. As a result, BMC schools have been sanitised. Thermal scanners, oximeters, and masks are also kept on hand. The social distancing rule will also be followed.
 
Ajit Kumbhar, Joint Commissioner, stated, "A meeting of BMC officials was called and everyone has begun monitoring the preparation work. The school has been sanitised. Thermal machines have remained prepared. Masks will be distributed in schools."
"We have also kept track of how many students have been immunised. Meanwhile, many students spent their summer vacations outside of Mumbai or in their hometowns. Our child vaccination rate had decreased. We will arrange for them to be vaccinated again once school begins "Kumbhar continued.
 
According to a senior officer in the BMC's Education Department, "Although the state government has directed all non-teaching staff and teachers to begin attending schools on June 13 and students to begin attending on June 15, we have completed our preparations. As a result, we will begin accepting students on Monday. Let's see how many people go to school."
 
When Covid-19 began to spread in March 2020, the state government ordered the closure of schools and colleges. Following that, students attended online classes for several months. As a result, students' educational lives were harmed. Now. The city is under threat from the fourth wave. Nonetheless, the state government has decided to begin the new academic year on time. On the 13th, schools will reopen. Students, administrative personnel, and teachers will begin arriving on Monday, June 13.
 
When Covid-19 began to spread in March 2020, the state government ordered that all schools and colleges be closed. Following that, students had been attending online classes for several months. As a result, students' educational lives were jeopardised. Now. The city is under attack by the fourth wave. Nonetheless, the state government has decided to start the new academic year on time. Schools will reopen on the 13th. Students, administrators, and teachers will begin arriving on Monday, June 13.
 
 
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