After the coronavirus, all the schools in the country were closed. Now gradually schools are being opened in all the states in a phased manner. Classes from 9th to 12th have started in many states. Now schools from 6th to 8th have also started to be opened. Let us know when schools are opening in Uttar Pradesh, Rajasthan, Himachal Pradesh and Delhi.
Following the order of Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath, the Basic Education Department of Uttar Pradesh has announced the opening of schools from class six to eight in the state from February 10. Apart from this, schools from classes one to five will open from March 1. Let us inform that a few days ago, according to the guidelines of the Central Government, the CM had asked to consider resuming the education of classes 6 to 8 in schools.
Let us tell you that due to the corona virus epidemic in Uttar Pradesh, studies in schools are going on for the last one year.
Schools have already been opened in Rajasthan for classes IX to XII from January 12. Now the state government has decided to open schools for classes 6th to 8th from 8th February. During this, Corona Guidelines will be followed in the state.
The decision to open the schools was taken in a meeting chaired by Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot. According to the instructions issued, only 50 percent of the staff will be allowed in a day.
Schools from 8th to 12th have opened in Himachal from 1st February. Now the Jairam cabinet has decided that from February 15, all the schools for classes VI to XII will be opened. The school or institution where the Kovid patient will be found, that institution will be closed for 48 hours.
It has also been decided by the cabinet that no khichdi will be made in the school till March 31. The ration that comes for the students will now be delivered directly to their homes. It has been decided to start the academic session 2021-22 from April.
The 10th and 12th examinations have already opened in Delhi. After the successful operation of the schools, now the Delhi government has decided to open classes 9th and 11th as well.
Delhi Deputy CM Sisodia welcomed the children by visiting the Government Higher Secondary Girls School in Gandhi Nagar today. Along with this, he also reviewed the preparations related to the rescue from Corona. He directed for better arrangements for cleanliness in the entire school premises.
Sisodia said that we cannot wait for ‘Zero Case Day’. After a long time, it is now necessary to return to normal life, as well as opening classes from 6th to 8th are being considered soon.