Mysuru: Violation of government instructions - Classes held inside classrooms

Daijiworld Media Network - Mysuru (SP)

Mysuru, Oct 1: Even though the government has issued clear instructions against reopening of schools and colleges in view of the prevailing COVID situation, it is found that classes are being held for students of different classes in the Adichunchanagiri educational institution at Periyapatna in the district.

Classes are conducted inside the school building since the last 15 days. Every class has student strength of 40 to 50. Acting Tahsidar of Periyapatna, Basavaraju, said that the institution has violated the government order by not sticking to the directive not to open schools and colleges at present.

Administrative officer of the institution, Sudhakar, claimed that no classes were conducted and the students were being taught how to download Google app in the mobile phones of the students. Block education officer, Y K Thimmegowda, said that during the spot visit, the information that classes were being conducted only for PU students was gathered. He said that if it is proved that classes were also conducted for high school children, strict action would be taken.

Deputy director of public instruction, J R Geetha, said that there is no permission to hold classes for PU students inside the classes and only online classes are permitted. She said that holding of classes at Periyapatna has not come to her notice and that if the classes were indeed conducted, notice would be issued.





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  • KV Kamath, Mangalore

    Thu, Oct 1 2020

    Nothing wrong if classes resume. Students must take precautions on their own. Education officer and minister should remain silent. Let the classes continue. But attendance can be skipped because many fear to send their children to school.But children are playing Tennis in courts daily here at my place with full attendance.. I see lots of children going for stroll .

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  • sri_elder, Karkala

    Thu, Oct 1 2020

    Form day 1, government should have publicly provided corona infectd people data. So that healthy people can stay away from them. There is no point in so much privacy. I have rights to know who are infected in our neighborhood, in our city. Please do something. Please release all data except phone numbers.

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  • Ajay Rebello, Kallianpur

    Thu, Oct 1 2020

    Do you know everyone by name. Anyway it is not a name and shame type of thing. People are harassing frontline doctors in their neighbourhood do you think they will spare ordinary patients.

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  • sri_elder, Karkala

    Thu, Oct 1 2020

    It is not about naming and shaming. People may not tell their infection to others. If you know their infection secretly, you can just stay way from them for 15 days.
    Now problem is that, people who are discharged may be carrying small traces of virus. So definitely they will spread. So if you know details of recently discharged people as well you can take extra care. All of us can eradicate corona together.. please think broadly...

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  • Dev, Mangalore

    Thu, Oct 1 2020

    Human guinea pigs are called to volunteer to test the unproven vaccines at their own risk, same way it should be left to the parents, students & institutions to take risk arising out of their actions, this way it could be found out whether the infection theory is right or wrong & based on this experiment all other institutions should be permitted to take their own decisions.

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