Schools open in Kerala after 9 months
Schools have reopened in Kerala after 9 months. The schools were closed since the lockdown across the country since March. Now schools have partially opened from January 1. Classes 10th and 12th will be conducted in limited hours with scheduled students. One teacher said, ‘It is heartening to see the students after such a long time. Only 10 students are allowed in the class. Corona Guidelines are being followed. Please tell that in the early days of Corona, Kerala was a hotspot of Kovid-19. The daily cases here were the highest in the country.
Classes from 6 to 12 started in Karnataka
Like Kerala, schools have been opened in Karnataka from 1 January. Schools have been opened here strictly following the guidelines for students of classes 6 to 12. With this, the government is planning to start regular classes for PU first year from here on January 15 and Vidyagam programs for students of classes 6 to 9 in government schools.
Primary school to university level institutes open in Assam
All schools and other educational institutions in Assam have resumed from 1 January. In Assam, institutions from primary schools to university level have been opened. Explain that schools are being opened in Assam in a phased manner from September.
School closed in Mumbai till 15 January
In view of Corona’s new strain in Mumbai, it has been decided to keep the school closed till January 15. Schools have been closed since the lockdown in Mumbai and students are studying online. BMC said that all schools and colleges will remain closed till January 15.
4 schools to be opened in Bihar, Puducherry, Pune
Apart from this, schools will be opened in January in many more states. In this episode, there are plans to start schools in Puducherry, Pune and Bihar from January 4. Bihar government has issued an order to open government schools and coaching centers. From 4 January 2021, all government schools and coaching centers will open here. Let us know that after the case of the new strain of Corona, the Center had written a letter to the states to take precaution.