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Schools across the country were closed due to the Corona epidemic. Some states opened schools with the introduction of ninth to twelfth standard, but some states are not in favor of opening schools. Some states are ready to start sixth to twelfth standard from January. Bihar has decided to open schools in several states, including Jharkhand, but the Delhi government is not in favor of opening schools until the corona vaccine is introduced.

When will schools open in which state?

Schools will open in Bihar, Rajasthan and Maharashtra from January 4

The Bihar government has ordered the opening of government schools and coaching centers. As per the order, all government schools and coaching centers in the state will be opened from January 4, 2021. But strict adherence to Corona’s guidelines will be mandatory. There is a big news of opening schools in Rajasthan. According to media reports, the government is preparing to open standard 6 to 12 schools from January 4. Maharashtra (Maharashtra) Schools for 9th to 12th standard students will be reopened from 4th January. More and more cities in Maharashtra are preparing to decide to reopen schools in their areas. The corona test of the teachers will be taken after the school opens here.

Schools running in Jharkhand

The Jharkhand government reopened the schools in December. Due to the upcoming board exams in the year 2021, schools have been opened only for the students of standard 10 and 12. The state government has ordered strict implementation of the prescribed security guidelines. Students in schools are reaching out to the classroom under the odd-even formula.

Schools will open in Karnataka from January 1

Karnataka Chief Minister BS Yeddyurappa has decided to reopen Diocese schools for Std 10 and 12 students from January 1, 2021 as per the recommendations of the Technical Advisory Committee (TAC). According to the chief minister, all TAC officials are recommending reopening of schools for standard 10 and 12 students from next month.

Schools closed in Jammu and Kashmir from December 31

The Jammu and Kashmir administration had in the recent past reviewed the status of the corona virus and issued guidelines related to it. All schools, colleges, higher educational institutions (including Anganwadi Centers) etc. will remain closed till December 31, the administration said.

Schools will reopen after the vaccine arrives in Delhi

Amid rising corona infections in Delhi, Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia has said schools will not be reopened until vaccinations are available. Starting school at this time would be like pushing children towards Corona.

Preparing to start 6 to 8 schools in UP

The UP Secondary Education Council is preparing to open schools from Std 6 to 8 in the state, but most of the principals have refused. The principals have sent a report to the district school inspector stating that the schools are open from 9th to 12th, with a very low number of students.

Schools running in MP from 18 December

Schools have been opened in Madhya Pradesh from 18th Simber. Guidance has been issued by Shri. Standard 9 and 10 students will be allowed to come to school two days a week with parental approval.

Schools will open in Assam from January 1

The Assam government has announced that fom January 1, all schools run by the state government will be operating regularly, which was closed due to corona infection. Classes from nursery to standard 6 will now resume on January 1, as announced now for standard 6 and later government-run schools. Speaking to media in the recent past, Assam Education Minister Himant Biswa Sarma said the government would work to lift all restrictions on schools from January one. Regular classes will be started. Masks and body spacing will be strictly adhered to.

latest updates 18 AUGUST 2021



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