The Percentage Of Students From KV Has Seen a Big Increase As State Governments Across The Nation Have Authorized To Reopen Schools.
In compliance with the guidelines provided by the MHA and State Governments, Kendriya Vidyalayas have reinstated face-to-face lectures for different groups throughout the world. KV began opening in a staggered manner from the month of October.
According to the data collected on February 11, 2021, an average of 42 percent of Class 9 students, 65 percent of Class 10 students, 48 percent of Class 11 students, and 67 percent of Class 12 students are physically attending classes around the country from all the KVs. Such statistics are nuanced and patterns suggest steady development every day. In some KVs, where state governments have allowed schools to open for junior grades, face-to-face classes for classes 1 to 8 have also been initiated.
In the event of any anxiety by students/parents, the schools create daily contact with the parents and guardians. With the prior permission of their parents, students are required to do so.
The Ministry had previously told that 32,247 teachers from KVs across India had conducted online classes during the pandemic and 7,07,312 students gained from these classes.
In the meantime, the government’s residential school, Jawahar Navodaya Vidyalayas (JNVs), has begun to reopen phase-wise. Classes can only begin physically at first, where schools have been reopened by the state government. Only students who have parental permission will be permitted to attend the classes for classes 10 and 12, too.
In the event of any anxiety by students/parents, the schools create daily contact with the parents and guardians. Students are licensed, the ministry said in an official statement, with the prior permission of their guardians. However, the availability of online courses is also underway for students who do not attend school. Via different interactive channels, students are also in touch with their teachers, it said.
Guidelines granted to KV schools
In view of the Covid-19 Pandemic, the SOPs provided by the State and Central Governments are thoroughly implemented. For students in different grades, all KVs are specifically instructed to follow phased timings to ensure appropriate safety precautions, including ensuring the necessary physical distance in the classrooms. For students who do not attend school, however, the availability of online courses is also underway. Via multiple multimedia channels, students are also in touch with their instructors.