Sindh Education Minister Saeed Ghani has said that it is not possible to keep an individual check and balance on implementing standard operating procedures (SOPs) in schools.
According to the details, in a recent statement, Sindh Education Minister Saeed Ghani said people are expected to be vigilant and to contribute to battling out the disease.
Saeed Ghani said the authorities have issued preventive measures for not only children but their parents and other caretakers as well who are equally responsible for ensuring the well-being of school-going children.
Earlier he said all educational institutes were to open between September 15 and 30 stage wise.
All classes starting Grade 9 and up, as well as all universities, would reopen from Sept 15, while Grade 6-8 classes would resume by Sept 22, Ghani said, adding, however, that pre-primary and primary classes would reopen on Sept 30.
The provincial minister warned that the schools in any area that may witness a rise in the number of coronavirus cases would be closed.
Wearing face masks would be mandatory in the schools and strict action was to be taken in case of violation of the coronavirus-related SOPs, he added.