Tamil Nadu Assembly election | Schools to be sanitised tomorrow
Schools throughout Tamil Nadu which might be going to be used as polling cubicles for the Assembly election on Tuesday are planning to disinfect and sanitise their campuses for Class 12 college students who return on Wednesday.
The Chief Educational Officers (CEOs) in several districts have despatched out circulars to the faculties, directing them to be sure that the campus, the rooms used as polling cubicles, consuming water sources and the bogs are completely disinfected and sanitised.
Only college students of Class 12 are attending bodily lessons at State Board colleges, and they’ll have a vacation on Tuesday.
“The Education Department has not declared a holiday for these students on Wednesday. We have asked them to come to school an hour later than usual so that we can finish cleaning the campus. They can initially be accommodated in the rooms that have not been used for polling,” stated a trainer of a authorities college. Many of the Class 12 academics are on election responsibility as effectively.
B. Purushothaman, correspondent, Everwin Group of Schools, stated their matriculation college had 35 polling cubicles, and so they have been planning to completely disinfect the campus on Wednesday morning.
“Since polling is expected to go on till 7 p.m., the campus will be disinfected early in the morning the next day. Students who are currently attending classes are constantly being reminded of the precautions to follow and the need to wear masks and maintain physical distance on campus,” he stated.