President holds Peace Lesson at the opening of news school in Dushanbe

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This year, President Rahmon held the Peace Lesson at the opening of School No 102 in Dushanbe.Only members of government and senior state officials were present in the conference hall.


Speaking at the meeting, the head of state pointed to the necessity of increasing the number of hours of teaching mathematics and natural science disciplines without prejudice to humanitarian disciplines.


According to him, nine presidential schools to accommodate about 8,000, 75 gymnasiums to accommodate more than 53,000 students and 71 lyceums to accommodate 36,000 students have been built in the country over the years of independence.


Today, there are 75 secondary technical vocational schools with an enrollment of a total of about 90,000 students in the country, the head of state said.


“During the year of independence, the number of higher educational schools has increased in the country from13 to 40.More than 227,000 students are currently studying at higher educational institutions in Tajikistan,” said Rahmon.“Besides, more than 35,000 Tajik students are currently students in universities abroad.”


School No 102, which accommodates 2,400 pupils, has been built by TojikGidroMontazh (Tajik Hydraulic Installation) Company.Construction of the school began on October 15, 2017 and was completed on August 1, 2020.


This year, schools reopened on August 17, earlier than normal to allow students to make up for time lost in the spring, according to the Ministry of Education.


All educational institutions must organize taking temperatures of teachers and students and the mandatory wearing of masks.The educational institutions must be disinfected every day.


Desks in educational institutions must be set in a checkerboard pattern a meter away from each other.In the learning process, the teacher must keep a distance of up to 2 meters from the students.


Source: Asia Plus