Almost all secondary and higher secondary schools in the state are presently conducting offline classes for SSC and HSSC students by calling them in a staggered manner to the school, and concentrating on solving the difficulties faced by these students as well as holding the practical classes.
The schools have started conducting classes for SSC and HSSC students from November 21.
Every student studying in SSC and HSSC classes now needs to attend the school either twice or thrice a week. Many of the schools are conducting classes for these students for not more than three-and-a-half hour, with no recess provided in between.
The headmaster of a city-based higher secondary school said that his school is concentrating on conducting practical classes for the HSSC students.
“The school will not undertake any classroom teaching, this year,” he informed, adding that the students can however raise their difficulties before respective teachers.