CCAK hails joint efforts of Govt, coaching centres to complete 100% vaccination process

All regulations, protocols put in place for earliest re-opening of coaching centres

Srinagar: Coaching Centres Association of Kashmir (CCAK) Sunday hailed the government and its constituent members for working jointly to complete the 100% vaccination of all its students and staff members.

The Association said that it was due to the joint efforts of various government departments including Directorate of School Education, Health Services, Divisional Administration and coaching centres that the entire vaccination process was completed within the shortest possible time.

“It has been hectic yet a fruitful exercise of all stakeholders to complete the vaccination process. Our aim is to ensure better health of our students and also at the same time take steps for earliest opening of classes,” said G N Var Chairman CCAK.

The Association thanked the Chief Secretary, Div Comm, Deputy Commissioner Srinagar, Director School Education Kashmir, Director Health Services Kashmir for their proactive role in ensuring the vaccination process and minimal disruption of classes.

They also thanked the vaccination teams who worked extremely hard and often in difficult situations to administer the vaccines to students and the staff member.

The Association said that it is a good sign that the the third wave of Covid pandemic is ebbing and hospital OPDs and other activities have also come to normal.

“The doctors and experts have also recommended coming back to normalcy but with strict covid preventive protocols in place,” said the spokesperson. “In this case we have already ensured the social distancing by lowering the roll of students in classes. We will be undertaking classes batch wise, roll no wise, shift wise, gender wise, odd even pattern or the way which is feasible for that coaching centre.”

On the other hand students are also happy that coaching centres are opening soon particularly at a time when the date of competitive examinations is approaching fast.

“There are many students who are from far flung areas and they have living in rented accommodations in Srinagar. For them the opening of coaching centres will be harbinger of a good news and so is the case with the other students who want to complete their studies at this crucial time,” said the spokesperson.

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