Government teachers' holidays finished in Uttarakhand, regular attendance from tomorrow

Schools are closed in the state. Most of the teachers were teaching online and were handing homework to the children.From tomorrow, teachers will have to go to school and give their attendance

Government teachers' holidays finished in Uttarakhand, regular attendance from tomorrow

The condition of the government schools of Uttarakhand was already bad and Corona added salt to it. We all know the condition of online education. Students are seen traveling from mountain to mountain for networks. Schools are locked. Most of the teachers who have the responsibility of making online studies are also having fun by handing homework to the children. Now that won't work. From tomorrow, teachers will have to go to school and give attendance. The Education Department has issued its orders. An important meeting of the Education Department was held today under the chairmanship of Education Minister Arvind Pandey. In which it was decided to open all government schools from tomorrow. All schools from class 1 to 12 will open from tomorrow. At present, schools will be open only to teachers. They have to come on duty. The decision to open schools for students will be taken after the release of the central guideline.

Teachers have been instructed to make students study online. Apart from this, students will also be given the option to read from Google Play. Education Minister Arvind Pandey said that after a meeting with the officials, it has been decided to open the schools from tomorrow. Orders regarding this will also be issued by this evening. At present, schools will not open for students. Its decision will be taken after talking to the Chief Minister. However, after this order of the Education Department, there has been a stir in the department. For a long time, the teachers sitting at home have also started suffering. They will have to return to duty from tomorrow. Let us inform you that after the second wave of Corona last year, all the schools were closed in March. The situation is worse in hill villages. Due to network problems here students are not able to study online.