Five students in some schools of Sikkim tested positive for COVID-19 as schools reopened a week ago.
Manipur's COVID-19 tally crosses 29,700 as new positive cases soar to 72
There is an urgent need for educational institutions in India to evolve and develop suitable strategies and alternative arrangements to compensate the loss faced by the students and parents following the drawbacks in online education amid the prevailing Covid circumstances and the great divide in the society.
"Resuming the classes has also become mandatory, and at the same time, controlling COVID-19 pandemic is also important. To execute both, responsibilities of teachers, students and parents are very important,” Rajen stated
Failure to attend the duties may compel the government to take up necessary action against those who do not adhere to the order, the Home Department stated.
Rajen informed that all the government schools and colleges should have authenticated land certificate issued by the competent authority i.e. revenue department.
In view of the plight of the students in the state amid the COVID-19 crisis, experts in Manipur look for ways to address the issue