The government of Nagaland has issued revised guidelines for its educational institutions.
Reportedly, the higher educational institutions and schools for classes 9 to 12 had resume. However, the Nagaland Government issued a revised set of SOPs for conducting physical classes.
The revised guidelines says 50% students allowed
As per reports, the revised SOP mentioned that keeping in mind the need to stop the virus from spreading only 50% students will be allowed per classroom.
Previously, the notification stated that only vaccinated students would be allowed to attend offline classes.
What do the new guidelines say?
As per the new guidelines, “Any student of Class IX and above, and who has completed 15 years of age, shall be allowed to attend regular/offline classes, only if he/she has taken at least one dose of vaccine against COVID 19″
It added, “and if not vaccinated, then should have been tested negative for COVID-19 through either RT-PCR/True Nat/CBNAAT once in every 15 days.”
Similar for the other staff as well
The notice further stated that all the teachers and non-teaching staff of the school, college or technical institute will have to be fully vaccinated (taken both the doses) against COVID-19.
Or as mentioned, they should produce negative COVID-19 test reports through either RT-PCR or TrueNat or CBNAAT once in every 15 days.