Gurugram, Oct. 20 -- Some of the larger government schools in the city on Monday reported an uptick in the number of students, four days after schools were allowed to reopen for classes 9 to 12.

However, smaller schools are still curtailed by their capacity to make arrangements for students, keeping in mind social distancing norms.

Principals and teachers said that parents of nearly 70% of the class 12 students have permitted their wards to attend classes. In some instances, parents are also visiting the school to review the seating arrangements.

On Monday, the largest six of the 52 government schools in the city reported a footfall of over 200 students. There are 125 schools in the entire district.

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