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Dimapur DC reiterates suspension of physical classes till August 26

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HT Bureau

GUWAHATI, Aug 21: Deputy commissioner Dimapur Sachin
Jaiswal has reiterated that suspension of physical classes in the
district which began today will remain till August 26,
considering the health of the students in particular and the
public at large. Responding to a representation submitted by
the Nagaland Private Schools’ Association (ANPSA) Central to
allow schools to remain open voluntary, Jaiswal, said, the
suspension of physical classes is intended to break one of the
cycles of transmission and to prevent exponential surge of eye
flu cases not only among students, but also among teachers
and parents. To this, the deputy commissioner said it was
decided that partial opening of schools or classes would be
unadvisable. He further acknowledged that the concerns of
ANPSA Central are genuinely focused towards timely
completion of syllabus and examination as per the schedule.
Jaiswal, however, maintained that considering the health of the
students and the public, physical classes will remain suspended.

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