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Jamshedpur Coaching institutes seek permission for offline classes with 25 percent attendance

Jamshedpur, Jan 5: Coaching Institution operators have once again been closed due to partial lockdown in Jharkhand, while markets and restaurants are fully open. The protest against the closure of coaching centers has started under the leadership of Jamshedpur Coaching Association.

Coaching operators say that when we have the prescribed number and all the offices are opening with 50 percent attendance, ‘then why this injustice to us’.

The teachers associated with the coaching center are worried about this matter as they are starting at job loss again.

They have appealed to Chief Minister Hemant Soren for giving permission to conduct at least 25 percent offline classes.

“All students are double vaccinated.  Apart from this, all the students are registered. All track history is available. There is no record of people coming and going in the market and mall,” said the owner.

Informing media, Jamshedpur Coaching Association, Vinay Singh and Shriman Narayan Triguna said that the government has been given time till January 15. If the government does a complete lockdown, they will support them. Otherwise allow them also to open educational institutions as per the prescribed criteria. Online class is not as perfect as offline class. The instructions of Covid will be followed completely during the coaching operator class.

The leaders said that they would meet with Health Minister Banna Gupta on Saturday.

If needed, they will stage agitation to teach 20-25 students in front of the Deputy Commissioner’s office. The leaders said that at present their institutions will remain open with 25 percent student attendance. If during this time the police and administrative officials harass them, then it will be strongly opposed. If needed, they will also file a public interest litigation in the High Court against the decision of the government.

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