Radzi: School sessions to normalise without rotation system beginning April 17

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Radzi: School sessions to normalise without rotation system beginning April 17 - Bernama

Radzi: School sessions to normalise without rotation system beginning April 17 - Bernama

KOTA BHARU (April 16): The schooling session will return to normal without the rotation system starting Sunday (April 17), said Education Minister Datuk Dr Mohd Radzi Md Jidin.He said attendance, as well as school operations, would be like the pre-Covid-19 era.“Maybe when school reopens, we will be able to see how pupils come to school, and look at the situation outside which has become more open, and this may result in some who may not follow the standard operating

He said attendance, as well as school operations, would be like the pre-Covid-19 era.“Maybe when school reopens, we will be able to see how pupils come to school, and look at the situation outside which has become more open, and this may result in some who may not follow the standard operating procedure (SOP).

"Therefore, I urge the leadership of the State Education Department (JPN), the District Education Department (PPD), teachers and pupils to ensure that schools continue to remain open and do not experience any more closures,” he said in his speech at an Ihya Ramadan event with the Kelantan State Education Department here on Saturday.

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KOTA BHARU (April 16): The schooling session will return to normal without the rotation system starting Sunday (April 17), said Education Minister Datuk Dr Mohd Radzi Md Jidin.KOTA BARU: The schooling session will return to normal without the rotation system starting Sunday (April 17), says Datuk Dr Mohd Radzi Md Jidin (pic) .× Copy URL Education Minister Mohd Radzi Md Jidin says attendance and operations in schools will return to normal starting tomorrow.A (April 16): Sri Lanka’s securities commission ordered the Colombo Stock Exchange to be halted next week to give investors time to digest the country’s economic conditions.

He said attendance, as well as school operations, would be like the pre-Covid-19 era. “Maybe when school reopens, we will be able to see how pupils come to school, and look at the situation outside which has become more open, and this may result in some who may not follow the standard operating procedure (SOP). “Maybe when school reopens, we will be able to see how pupils come to school, and look at the situation outside which has become more open, and this may result in some who may not follow the standard operating procedures (SOPs). "Therefore, I urge the leadership of the State Education Department (JPN), the District Education Department (PPD), teachers and pupils to ensure that schools continue to remain open and do not experience any more closures,” he said in his speech at an Ihya Ramadan event with the Kelantan State Education Department here on Saturday. He said attendance, as well as school operations, will return to pre-Covid times. Mohd Radzi said his ministry would also be unveiling the schooling guidelines 4. Mohd Radzi said that his ministry would also be unveiling the schooling guidelines 4.0 in the near future. The US$81 billion economy faced US$8.

He said the guidelines were in line with the current situation where there was more freedom of movement, and at the same time, it was to ensure all regulations were adhered to. He said the guidelines were in line with the current situation where there was more freedom of movement, and at the same time, it was to ensure all regulations were adhered to. “There are some who have asked when the school management guidelines 3.0 will be enhanced.0 will be enhanced. They must realise that it cannot be replaced just like that. “The implementation includes having to hold discussions with the Health Ministry (MOH). “The implementation includes having discussions with the Health Ministry.

We need to discuss the matter one by one, [such as] what's the approach which needs to be taken or what guidelines need to be included and so on,” he added. Subscribe to Mid-day email alert We deliver news to your inbox daily . - Bernama Article type: free.