Private Schools May Get Permission to Open During the Lockdown

Private Schools may get permission to Open the offices to Disburse Salaries.

Murad Raees who is Punjab School Education Minister said that government is considering to allow privately managed schools to open the offices so that the salaries can be disbursed to teachers and staff during the lockdown in Punjab
The minister said the government was planning a scheme under which offices could be opened and privately managed for 2-3 days within timing for the major purpose of disbursement of salaries.

In a query response, he said the conditional permission could be allowed to open the school by strictly measuring the precautionary measures imposed by the Punjab government to contain COVID-19.
The government of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa has allowed people to reopen the private schools’ offices the first five days of a month to disburse salaries. However, in these five days, only four administrative staff allow presenting in the office.
For the sole purpose, five teachers may gather at the administrative office by keeping a safe distance of 3 feet each other.

Besides, Secretary General All Pakistan Private Schools Association Prof. Amjad Ali Khan said that the private school offices should be allowed to collect the monthly fee from the students. Moreover, he said private schools would follow the government protocols on COVID 19 as the administrative offices collect the fee in most private schools.

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