Maharashtra School Reopening: Schools of classes 8 to 12 are reopening in Maharashtra from 4 October 2021 i.e. today. Schools will have to follow all the Kovid-19 protocols issued by the government, which include social distancing, regular sanitization, wearing of masks at all times and other rules. According to Maharashtra’s School Education Minister Varsha Gaikwad, this is necessary for smooth transition from online to offline learning mode. It is worth noting that from today schools for classes 5th to 12th in rural areas and for classes 8th to 12th in cities will reopen.
This decision has come after Gaikwad held a review meeting with the state education department on October 3. He announced this news via Twitter, he wrote, “With the reopening of schools from Monday, held a meeting with senior officials of the education department, education officers across the state to assess the preparedness. Officials Made some welcome suggestions during the meeting. These will definitely help.”
SCERT will prepare an action plan
Maharashtra’s School Education Minister Varsha Gaikwad has said that for smooth transfer of teaching-learning activities to offline classrooms, “effective coordination” has to be maintained between education, health departments and local administration. Schools across Maharashtra will reopen tomorrow, October 4. In rural areas, schools will reopen for classes 5 to 12 and in urban areas, schools will reopen for classes 8 to 12. The minister said that the Maharashtra State Council of Education Research and Training (SCERT) will prepare an action plan and This will help the authorities to remove any hurdles in resuming the physical classes.
It is not mandatory for the students to attend the physical class
It is not mandatory for the students to attend the physical classes. At the same time, students who want to come to physical classes, they will have to bring consent letter from parents. In this regard last month the Education Minister has said that, “Though schools will reopen across the state, there is no compulsion for students to attend physical classes. Parental consent will be required if they want to attend,”. The decision to reopen schools in Maharashtra was taken after a survey was conducted by the state’s school education department last month. According to the minister, 70 percent More and more parents wanted schools to reopen.
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