A survey says 84% of people agree to send their children to offline
Maharashtra State Council of Educational Research and Training conducted a survey, revealing that nearly 84%of the parents agree to send their children to schools offline.
Until July 12 at 11:55 pm, across the state, teachers and parents can participate in the survey on the SCERT link.
Director of SCERT, Dinkar Temkar speaking about the survey said that the state government had directed to open educational institutions for higher classes between ninth to twelfth. But we had decided to take a parent's opinion by a survey, that's the reason why we are conducting the survey.
Temkar said that the government has directed schools to open schools where covid cases are negligible. Schools making their preparations for reopening. Schools are instructed by the government to take efficient measures like wearing masks, sanitizing, and maintaining distance.
By taking offline classes alternatively, so that no students will be greater than twenty. Then they can maintain social distance, as said by Temkar.
Nearly 2,25,194 parents have participated in the survey. Out of these nearly 84% that is in numbers1,89,095 of people have agreed to send their children to schools.
Nearly 16.03 % of parents only denied sending their children offline.
The state government had directed the local authorities, they can reopen schools if the parents are accepted to send their children to schools.
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