Karnataka Vidyagama Scheme 2020 to Restart in Revised Format from 1 Jan 2021

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Dear friends in Karnataka, Vidyagama Scheme 2020 has announced to restart in modified format, you can check arrangements in lieu of COVID-19, timetable, classes schedule, need & complete details of program here

Karnataka Vidyagama Scheme 2020

Vidyagama Scheme 2020 to be restarted in the modified configuration by the Karnataka government. The classes are booked to be hung on grounds which include govt/govt. supported and non-public schools. All the understudies would be isolated into more modest gatherings of 15 to 20 contingent upon the quantity of instructors and study halls accessible in each school. In this article, we will enlighten you concerning the patched up adaptation of the Vidyagama Yojana in Karnataka state. In Revised Vidyagama Scheme 2020 in Karnataka, understudies will be permitted to come to schools for a large portion of a day with parental assent. All the Covid-19 rules would be after, for example, wearing a veil, cleaning hands often. In addition, warm checking of understudies would likewise be done at all the govt/govt helped/tuition based schools. Any understudy with fever, hack, cold and different indications of Covid-19 won’t be permitted to sit in classes.

Arrangements for Vidyagama Yojana in Karnataka

For the purpor of to provide complte safety at the school environment, The state govt. with school staff will make arrangements to wash hands with soap and sanitiser at schools before allowing the students in. and also giving a better advise to all the students to bring their drinking water bottle from their home with helthy lunchbox.

Timetable of Classes in Vidyagama Programme

As per the released notification the timetables of classes will be set with three classes of 45 minutes each. As per the schedule released by Department of Primary and Secondary Education, the students timetable would be as follows:-

Class 10th – 10 a.m to 12.30 p.m on Mon, Tue, Wed, Thu, Fri and 8.30 a.m to 11.15 a.m on Saturdays. Students in 8 groups will attend classes on 8 subjects.

Class 8 & 9 – 2 p.m to 4.30 p.m on alternate days in batches. Students attending the sessions will be divided into eight groups for eight different subjects.

Class 1 to 7 – 10 a.m to 12.30 p.m on weekdays on alternate days and 8 am to 11.15 am on Saturdays.

All the schools drawing in understudies from class 1 to 5 have been approached to bifurcate understudies from classes 1 to 3 and 4 to 5 on substitute days. A roundabout with plan referenced that schools drawing in understudies from class 1 to 8 have been approached to part meetings for classes 1 to 5 and 6 to 8 on substitute days.

Need for Vidyagama Yojane in Karnataka

The state govt. has explained that the relaunch of Karnataka Vidyagama Scheme 2020 doesn’t mean schools are being returned. Such little meetings are caused accessible for understudies to guarantee that youngsters from all areas to get appropriate training. Understudies from less fortunate segments of the general public were confronting trouble in online instruction as they don’t have cell phones or the organizations in their regions are frail. For such understudies, Vidyagama Scheme has been relaunched in a changed way.

Prior in August, the Department of Primary and Secondary Education had dispatched Vidyagama program to connect with understudies of government schools by taking classes at doorsteps of the kids’ homes at their towns.

Under this Vidyagama Yojane at that point, instructors were approached to meet the youngsters at jungle gyms or sanctuaries close to the understudies homes and draw in them in scholastic exercises. Be that as it may, the program was suspended in October after Covid-19 cases were accounted for among understudies and educators associated with classes under the Vidyagama Scheme.

For more information Source / Reference Link: https://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/city/bengaluru/vidyagama-is-back-in-ktaka-now-for-private-schools-too/articleshow/79749692.cms

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