Several state governments including Gujarat, Odisha have given instructions to open schools, universities and government training institutes. Guidelines have also been issued by all state governments to prevent corona. The school and college will be required to follow the rules issued by the state government. The Gujarat government has decided to resume classes of 10th and 12th from January 11. The decision to reopen the schools was taken at a cabinet meeting held on Wednesday. Apart from this, the state government in Odisha has decided to restart schools for class 10th and 12th from January 8.
Giving information on his official Twitter handle, Rajasthan CM Ashok Gehlot wrote, “Corona’s condition in Rajasthan is very much under control with excellent management and support from people. Recovery rate has increased to an all-time high of 96.31 percent. In some districts With the positive cases being zero, the situation is better in other districts as well. In view of this, instructions for opening classes from 9 to 12 in schools, last year classes of university and college, coaching centers and government training institutes from 18 January. Have given. “
In view of this, classes from 9 to 12 in schools, last year classes of university and college, coaching centers and government training institutes have been directed to be opened from 18 January. #Rajasthan
– Ashok Gehlot (@ ashokgehlot51) January 5, 2021
At the same time, the Punjab government on Wednesday decided to open all schools for students of classes five to 12 from January 7. State Education Minister Vijay Inder Singla said that on the demand of parents, the state government will open all government, semi-government and private schools from January 7.
Our future strategy will depend on how early vaccine is available for the normal public after frontline workers are vaccinated. We are seeing how early we can reopen the schools as dates for CBSE board exams have been announced: Delhi Education Minister Manish Sisodia pic.twitter.com/9iVdYOyibu
– ANI (@ANI) January 6, 2021
Delhi Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia said on Wednesday that we are considering how to reopen schools quickly, especially for board exam classes. He said, ‘Our future strategy depends on how long it is available to the general public after vaccination to health workers. CBSE exam dates have already been announced. We are looking at when schools can be reopened as soon as possible, especially for preparing for board exams. ‘ In the last week of November, the Education Minister of Delhi had said that schools would not open until the vaccine was introduced. Let us know that the CBSE board exams will start from May 4.