As faculties in Uttarakhand are re-opening from November 2, the Uttarakhand education division has determined to follow a special curriculum which focuses on mental health of students when faculties reopen after practically seven months of lockdown.
Vandana Gabryal, extra director basic of the state education division mentioned that the State Council of Education Research and Training (SCERT) has ready a special e-book focusing on mental health of students and prevention from coronavirus.
During a digital assembly with all district education officers on Wednesday, Gabryal mentioned, “The book should be made available to all the teachers before the schools reopen and teachers should follow the guidelines to ensure that children are eased into the classes focusing on their mental health, as the students will be attending classes after almost seven months.”
RK Kunwar, director for varsity education within the state mentioned that needed preparations are being completed earlier than college reopens.
“A proper Standard Operating Procedure will soon be issued which will be followed in all schools. District and block level education officers will be fully responsible for proper implementation of the guidelines,” mentioned Kunwar.
He additional mentioned that on this session students can be taught solely on the premise of the revised syllabus ready by the state board and the alternate educational calendar ready by NCERT.
“Both these documents, the revised syllabus and alternate academic calendar prepared by NCERT should be made available to principal and teachers in all districts by October 25. Before the school opens, a comprehensive cleanliness campaign should be carried out, ensuring that classrooms, toilets and drinking water outlets are all clean,” mentioned Kunwar.