September 30, 2020

Qayoom Wani urges School Education department to issue a proper guideline for schooling amid Pandemic

Srinagar: Chairman jammu kashmir civil society Forum and former president EJAC/JKTF Abdul Qayoom Wani on Tuesday voiced his serious concern over the ambiguity of contemporary schooling system in Jammu and Kashmir particularly after govt announced partial opening of schools since September 21st.
In a statement issued here on Tuesday Wani said that schooling ventures viz online classes, community classes, ‘offline classes’ have become a mess as there is much confusion among the students and teachers because of overlapping of these ventures. He said students are confused wheather to continue online classes or take community classes or attend schools for offline classes.
Wani hailed the online initiative and community classes by Principal Secretary Education Asgar Samoon Sahab but alleged that majority of schools have made it mess by opening schools in full amid rise in covid-19. He also alleged that the concerned local officers are mute spectators which will prove disastrous for both the students and tax well as teachers if not taken seriously at this stage.
He said that although the pandemic COVID-19 is on rise and as such it is a matter of concern to let the threat persist by allowing normal schooling on ground.
Wani said exam season is nearing and the need of the hour is to let the students stay at home for preparations. He said there are evidences that students attend schools without following COVID SOPs which is a serious threat to both the teachers and as well as the students.
Wani has impressed upon the Principal Secretary Secretary School Education to lssue a proper guideline for both the teachers and as well as the students so that confusions are cleared between counselling and classwork as the latter is in vogue in many schools amid increasing COVID 19 Pandemic risking lives of both the teachers and as well as the students .

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