It has been reported that the standard operating procedures (SOPs) have been prepared by the Punjab Education Department for the reopening of the educational institutions across the province to ensure the safety of the students and teachers.
According to the details of the SOPs, the authorities have decided to allow a maximum of 20 students in a class, and two students will be allowed to sit on each desk. On the other hand, schools with low capacity will be operated in two shifts.
It would be mandatory for the administration of the schools to arrange the sanitizers for the students from their own budget. The temperature of each student and other staff members will be check while entering the school premises.
According to the details, the authorities have imposed a complete ban on all types of function, ceremony, and break in the education institutions.
It is pertinent to mention here that back on July 9, the Federal Minister for Education Shafqat Mahmood announced to reopen educational institutions from September 15 with strict implementation of the SOPs.
While addressing a press conference in the federal capital of Islamabad, the federal minister said that the government of Pakistan has decided to resume educational activities from September 15 and all the provinces had been asked to prepare the standard operating procedures (SOPs) for the reopening of the schools.