Schools in Karnataka from class 9 to 12 have been reopened from 23 August i.e. today. However, schools have been opened only in a few selected districts. At the same time, in Uttar Pradesh too, schools from classes 6 to 8 were to reopen from today, but due to the death of former UP Chief Minister Kalyan Singh, today is a public holiday. Significantly, Tamil Nadu has also announced the reopening of schools from September 1.
2% Schools will be opened in districts with positivity rate less than
The Karnataka State Government has issued a Statement of Procedure (SOP) and it is mandatory for all educational institutions to follow the norms mentioned in the SOP. According to the SOP issued, schools will be allowed to reopen only in those districts where the Kovid-19 test positivity rate is less than 2 percent. Directions mentioned in the SOP for all students, staff and parents visiting the school premises It is mandatory to follow the instructions.
Online classes will also be run for students in Karnataka
In Karnataka, schools will also conduct online classes for students who do not wish to attend offline classes. It is noteworthy that it is mandatory for all staff members (teaching and non-teaching) staff to undergo vaccination before entering the school premises.
Let us tell you that Karnataka Chief Minister Basavaraj Bommai has also assured the parents that the government is taking precautions before reopening the schools and also ensuring that all Kovid-19 protocols are followed.
class in UP No update regarding opening of schools from 6 to 8
At the same time, there is no update about the date from which schools will open from class 6 to 8 in Uttar Pradesh. However, from August 16, schools from 9th to 12th were opened in the state. Classes are being conducted in two shifts following all the Kovid-19 safety protocols in the schools. The first shift will be from 8 am to 12 noon and the second shift will be from 12.30 pm to 4.30 pm. Only 50 percent students have been allowed in the classes.
in Tamil Nadu Schools from 9th to 12th will open from September 1
Significantly, the Tamil Nadu government has further relaxed the Kovid restrictions from today. However, there will be a lockdown in the state till 6 September. At the same time, according to the statement issued by the Office of Public Instruction, classes from 9th to 12th will be started in all schools (government, government aided and private) schools from 1st September 2021. During this, only 50 percent students have been allowed in the classes.
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