Parents in Uttarakhand are concerned about their children's safety from COVID-19 ahead of the reopening of schools for class X and XII in the state from November 1. They are reluctant to send their children to attend classes despite the school managements have assured for precautionary measures. The parents complained that neither the schools nor the government authorities are willing to take the responsibility if any student contracts the… read-more
Courtesy: Hindustan Times
सिक्किम के शिक्षा व जनसम्पर्क विभाग के नोडल अधिकारी भीम थाटल ने कहा है कि अक्टूबर 19 से सूबे के सभी स्कूलों को खोल दिया जायेगा और साथ ही सर्दियों की छुट्टियों को पूर्णतः समाप्त कर दिया जायेगा। हालाँकि सरकारी अवकाश अभी भी मिलेंगे। केंद्र सरकार के अनलॉक 5.0 के दिशानिर्देश अनुसार सरकार ने राज्य सरकारों को अक्टूबर 15 से कोरोना की स्थिति को देखते हुए स्कूल खोलने की अनुमति दे दी है। नोडल अधिकारी के अनुसार स्कूलों को केंद्र सरकार द्वारा जारी… read-more
Courtesy: AMARUJALA NEWS
In accordance with the Union Government's advisory, the Mizoram Government has decided to reopen schools for class 10 and class 12 students, starting October 16. Reportedly, the decision was taken after the state Education minister consulted all the stake holders on the matter. The State government has issued Standard Operating Procedure for the operation of educational institutes and has mentioned that students who test negative for the… read-more
Courtesy: The Indian Express
Karnataka government is not in a hurry to reopen schools, clarified the state's Education Minister Suresh Kumar. He urged people to avoid creating confusion and spreading rumours about the reopening. He further added that he is more of a guardian to students than a minister and "completely understands the concerns of the parents". Currently, the minister is under home quarantine after testing positive for COVID-19.
Courtesy: The Times of India
Tamil Nadu government on September 24 announced that schools can re-open partially from October 1 in the state. The students from grades 10 to 12 can visit their schools voluntarily and clear their doubts. The statement also mentioned that 50% of the teachers are allowed to come to school. However, only those schools are allowed to operate that are in the non-containment zones. Besides, they will have to follow the standard operating… read-more
Courtesy: The Times Of India
Tamil Nadu state Education Minister K A Sengottaiyan on September 20, announced that there will be no 'shift based classes'. He mentioned the classes will only run simultaneously and will begin when the state's pandemic situation is under control. Schools and colleges in the state have been closed since March 24, 2020, and to reduce the pressure, 40% of the syllabus has been reduced for the year 2020-2021.
Courtesy: Times Now News