With the onset of the Kovid-19 pandemic, schools, colleges and other educational institutions across the country have been closed for a long time. Although some states had approved the reopening of educational institutions for some time last year, but this year schools-colleges and other educational institutions were closed again in view of the fatal consequences of the second wave of the corona epidemic. Now that every day a decline is being registered in the cases of corona infection, then when will schools-colleges and other educational institutions open, this question is in the mind of every student.
However, the states are now considering resuming teaching and learning activities in educational institutions. Let us see in the list in which states preparations are being made to reopen the schools.
According to the order of the Bihar government, the educational institutions of the state have opened on 12 July 2021 i.e. from today. During this, 11th and 12th schools, all degree colleges, all government and private universities and technical institutes of the state have been opened with 50 percent attendance of some student numbers. Significantly, the government has given strict instructions to all schools and colleges to follow the Corona guidelines. Along with this, instructions have also been given to make special arrangements for thermal screening at the gate of the institute. Let us inform that Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar had also recently announced information regarding the reopening of schools and colleges on Twitter. He had said, “Universities, all colleges, technical educational institutions, government training institutes, schools up to class 11th and 12th will open with 50% attendance. Special arrangements will be made for vaccination of adult students and girl students, teachers and staff of educational institutions.
The Maharashtra government has decided to reopen schools in areas where no positive case of corona infection has been reported in the last month. Schools have been allowed to resume offline classes from July 15 for students of classes 8 to 12. Before the commencement of the school, corona vaccination of all the teachers and non-teaching staff in the respective schools will be done on priority basis.
The Haryana government had announced on July 9 that schools would reopen with social distancing from July 16 for classes 9 to 12. If the situation remains normal, schools will be reopened for other classes. Whereas schools for classes 6 to 8 will reopen from July 23. However, online classes will continue and students who want to continue taking it will be allowed to do so. Also students will be allowed to come to school only after obtaining written permission from their parents. At present, schools from classes 1 to 5 will remain closed in the state and any decision regarding reopening them will be taken later.
Schools in Punjab started offline classes for classes 5 to 8 in January. However, a large number of students did not attend offline classes due to the COVID-19 pandemic, after which schools had to conduct offline as well as online classes. In May, Punjab State Education Minister Vijay Inder Singla had announced summer vacations for all educational institutions in the state from May 24 to June 23. In June, the minister announced that physical offline classes for the medical stream would start from June 28.
In Gujarat, schools for class 12 students and colleges for undergraduate and postgraduate students are reopening from July 15. ANI agency quoted Gujarat Chief Minister Vijay Rupani as saying, “However, the option of online study will also continue for the students who want to attend the school and attendance will not be made compulsory.”
The Uttar Pradesh government has reopened primary and upper primary schools for teachers and staff to continue administrative work. At the same time, students are still not allowed to come to school till further orders. At present, only online classes are going on in the state.
With the second wave of the pandemic slowing down and a drop in the number of coronavirus cases, Puducherry has decided to reopen all government and private schools for students of classes 9 to 12 from this Friday, July 16. Announcing this, Chief Minister N Rangaswamy said that all the colleges in the Union Territory will also reopen from July 16.
The state is considering reopening educational institutions with 50% attendance in August. In this regard, AP Education Minister Adimulapu Suresh said, “How we start classes depends on the third wave of Kovid-19. If we feel that it is not safe for the students, then we can consider 50 percent attendance at different times and on alternate days. But these are still under discussion. The final call will be taken later. At the same time, there is also news that the government is considering to organize classes in two batches.
Odisha government has started live streaming of online classes on YouTube for students of classes 1 to 10 on June 21. An official notification said that online classes for class 9 and class 10 will continue till July 31, while classes for classes 1-8 will continue till July 7. School and Mass Education Minister Sameer Ranjan Das said that no decision has been taken regarding the resumption of physical classes in the state.
Delhi- No decision has been taken yet on starting offline classes in the national capital Delhi. In view of the fear of third wave of Corona, it has been decided to continue online classes for the students here.
The re-opening of colleges in the state is being considered from July 19. Preparations are being made to open colleges in government and recognized colleges with the presence of 64 percent students and 85 percent staff.
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