Following the decline in Kovid-19 cases in Uttar Pradesh (August 16) schools have reopened for classes 9 to 12. During this, it has been made mandatory to follow the Kovid-19 rules. At the same time, schools from classes 6 to 8 were also to open in UP from today, but due to the death of former Chief Minister Kalyan Singh, today is a public holiday in the state. >
Bihar schools have reopened for classes 1- 8 from August 16. However classes are being conducted with 50 percent attendance and on alternate days only. Earlier, schools from 9th to 12th were opened in the state. It is worth noting that during this time it has been made mandatory to follow the rules of Kovid-19. Students, teachers and school staff have been asked to wear masks and maintain social distancing.
Madhya Pradesh government had reopened the schools of class 11th and 12th on 26th July with 50 percent attendance. At the same time, schools were opened for 9th and 10th students from August 5. The government had also issued guidelines regarding the opening of schools. As per the guidelines, morning assembly and swimming etc. have not been allowed as a precautionary measure to prevent the spread of corona virus infection. Apart from this, the state government also asked the school management to take measures such as testing of students and teachers for Kovid-19.
In Gujarat also schools were opened for students of class 9th to 11th with 50 percent capacity from 26th July. However, learning-teaching has been continued for these classes through online mode as well. Schools have been instructed to follow all standard operating procedures or SOPs related to the coronavirus pandemic, such as wearing masks and maintaining social distancing. It is worth noting that earlier the state government has opened 12th class schools, colleges and technical institutes in view of the decline in corona virus cases.
The schools from class 10th to 12th were opened in Punjab from July 26. After this, from August 2, the state government opened schools from primary level to all classes. . However, only those teachers and staff have been allowed to enter the schools who have been fully vaccinated. Along with this, the approval of the parents of the students is mandatory for coming to the schools. During this, the option of digital classes has also been continued.
Odisha government had also opened schools for class 10th, 12th from July 26. Classes are being conducted from 10.00 am to 1.30 pm. No provision of half leave has been given during this period. Schools will remain closed on all Sundays and all holidays. However, the schools which will be used as test centers will be reopened later after the completion of the test. Let us inform that the government had also issued a detailed SOP for the resumption of classes under the Kovid-19 guidelines. Along with this, the state government has also opened schools for 9th class students from 16th August.
schools from class 9th to 12th in the state of Karnataka have been reopened from 23rd August i.e. today. However, schools will open only in select districts. Wherein Karnataka State Government has issued a Statement of Procedure (SOP) and it is mandatory for all educational institutions to follow the norms mentioned in SOP . As per the SOP issued, only in those districts where Schools will be allowed to reopen where the Kovid-19 test positivity rate is less than 2 percent. It is mandatory for all students, staff and parents visiting the school premises to follow the guidelines mentioned in the SOP.
The Rajasthan government has approved the reopening of schools for students of classes 9-12 with 50 percent capacity from September 1. The state government has said that it is mandatory for teaching and non-teaching staff to take at least one dose of Kovid-19 vaccine 14 days in advance. Whereas classes for students of classes 1 to 8 will be conducted in online mode only. .
Tamil Nadu government has announced that schools from 9th to 12th standard in the state will be opened from September 1 with 50 percent capacity, with the relaxation of the Kovid restrictions in the state. . Apart from this, all colleges in the state can work with teaching and non-teaching staff on rotational basis from 1st September.
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