School Reopening: The Ministry of Education said on the matter of reopening schools, schools are partially open for higher classes in 16 states and are still closed in nine states.
Schools fully opened in 11 states, closed in nine
School Reopening: Officials of the Union Education Ministry said that schools are fully open in 11 states. At the same time, schools are partially open for higher classes in 16 states and are still closed in nine states. Sharing the status of schools across the country, officials said that at least 95 per cent of teaching and non-teaching staff in all states have been vaccinated. (vaccination) While some states have completed vaccination of all employees in schools. Ministry of Education (Ministry of Education) Revised guidelines for reopening of schools (School Reopening Guidelines) has also been issued.
Ministry of Education (Ministry of Education) Sweety Changsan, Joint Secretary, said during the press conference, “Keeping in view the widespread immunization, the Ministry of Education issued revised guidelines to the states in December last year and the decision to seek parental consent was left to the states. “
Information given by the Ministry of Education
Sweety Changsan said, “In addition, the revised guidelines talked about gatherings and programs that were earlier banned in schools. As per the new advisory, schools can organize more gatherings as per the SOPs issued by the respective state.”
Schools will open in Odisha on February 7
With Covid cases starting to decline, the Odisha government has decided to reopen schools and colleges across the state from February 7. This announcement was made by Chief Secretary Suresh Chandra Mohapatra in a press conference on 3 February. He announced that physical classes, colleges, universities and other technical educational institutions would reopen from February 7 for students of classes 8 to 12. The Chief Secretary said that classes for students from KG to 7 are going to reopen from February 14.
In view of the increasing cases of Kovid in Punjab, the state government has extended the date of closure of educational institutions of Punjab, order to keep schools, colleges, universities, coaching classes and other educational institutions closed till 8 February 2022. has given. Schools from class eight to 12 have opened in West Bengal, but at present, primary schools will not open in West Bengal. CM Mamta Banerjee made this announcement in the administrative meeting on Thursday.
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