KOKRAJHAR, NOV 2: Along with rest of the state, the schools reopens from today after seven months due to COVID-19 pandemic situations in Kokrajhar district.
Students are attending the schools with enthusiastic moment in the school as schools are getting resumes from Monday following state government and educational department have been instructed concern authorities for opening with necessary guidelines that steps to combat the COVID-19 pandemic.
Health temperature, oximetre tests have been made besides hand sanitizing and wearing of masks are made compulsory while students are entering the schools.
Students expressed their happiness and well being after getting school reopening from Monday.
Students in UN Brahma High School, Habrubari are seen coming to the school on scheduled and maintained social distancing and used of hands sanitizing and wearing of masks in the school.
Headmaster of the school Akalabya Brahma informed that the his school is opened from today as the government and education department have been instructed to resume the classes of the school.
He said as per guidelines from the concern authority, the school has been resumed it’s classes for the welfare of the students.
Inspector of Schools, Kokrajhar, JP Brahma told that the classes from class VI are resumed from today across the district as government instructed for classes in the state. He said that necessary arrangement and preparations were made before resume of the schools in the district.