Haryana to reopen Schools for Class 9th to 12th

Amid this global pandemic the Haryana Government has decided to reopen schools for Class 9th to 12th students.

Well, on one hand, the schools for board i.e. Class 10th and 12th students are given permission to be open from December 14, while, on the other hand, the schools for Class 9th and 11th students have been given permission to open from December 21.

By the same date, the schools can resume the physical class for the students. However, The classes must be organised between 10 am to 1 pm daily. That means only for 3 hours for now.

Here is the circular to reopen schools for Class 9th to 12th in Haryana | Photo Credits: DPR Haryana

Students have to present a mandatory negative COVID-19 test report

Before attending the physical classes offline in the school, the students must have to present a negative COVID-19 test report. Also, the students have to make sure that the COVID-19 test report is not older than 72 hours. The student can go for a check up for COVID-19 in any of their local Primary Health Centre (PHC) or Community Health Centre (CHC). The Government of Haryana has ordered the district administration to make sure no any students will pay for this COVID-19 checkup at the PHCs and CHCs in any district in Haryana.

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