In the country, except in some states of the south, the cases of corona are decreasing. This is the reason why restrictions are being eased in most states. In this episode, many states have decided to open schools and colleges. At the same time, some states have decided to keep schools closed due to a possible third wave of the corona.
Schools opened in Uttar Pradesh from July 1
Schools have opened in Uttar Pradesh since July 1, but students are not allowed to go to school. In fact, schools in the state have been opened for academic work and only teachers and non-teaching staff are allowed to come to the school. At present, online learning-teaching continues for the same students.
Schools opened in Bihar
In Bihar, from July 6, schools of class 11th and 12th have been opened with 50% attendance. However, schools here have to be opened in a phased manner. The government has given strict instructions to all schools and colleges to follow the Corona guidelines.
Higher education institutions will open in Karnataka from July 26
In Karnataka CM BS Yediyurappa's meeting with ministers and government officials, it has been decided that institutions of higher education will be allowed to reopen from July 26, only vaccinated persons (partial or complete) will be admitted to the institutions. Will go
Schools will open in Odisha from July 26, guidelines issued
In view of the inconvenience caused to students during online classes due to poor network in rural areas, the Odisha government has decided to reopen schools for class X and XII students from July 26. Satyabrata Sahu, Principal Secretary, School and Mass Education Department of Odisha, says that schools will open for classes 10 and 12 in the state from July 26. The decision has been taken in view of the problems faced by students in attending online classes due to poor internet connectivity. He said that we have been able to reach only 40 percent of the total students through online teaching, while the other 60 percent are still left behind. School students in the state have lost 150 days of classroom teaching due to the COVID-19 restrictions. Now both private and government schools will reopen for class X and XII students from July 26. Classes from 10.00 am to 1.00 pm. Will go on till 30 o'clock. There will be no provision of half leave during this period.
Schools will open after vaccination in Delhi
Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal ruled out the possibility of opening schools in the capital in the near future. Delhi CM said that as we are seeing the international trend, cases are increasing in many countries, there is a possibility of a third wave of the corona. We cannot take any risk with the children until the vaccination process is complete, so there are no plans to reopen schools at the moment. Classes will be conducted in online mode.
Decision on schools in Haryana
Schools from class 9th to 12th have opened in Haryana from July 16. At the same time, schools from class 6th to 8th will open from July 23. Haryana Education Minister said that it will be necessary to follow the rules of physical distance while opening the school. He said that if the situation goes well, the decision to open the school for the students of class II will also be taken soon.
12th school opened in Gujarat
Class 12 schools have opened in Gujarat from July 15. Also, Gujarat has also reopened colleges for undergraduate and postgraduate students from July 15. 50% of the students will be allowed to come to the campuses. Students can attend classes on a voluntary basis. Attendance will not be mandatory.
When will schools open in Maharashtra?
With the havoc of Corona subsiding in Maharashtra, life has started getting back on track. At least 5,947 schools in rural areas of the state, which were closed due to the Kovid-19 pandemic, were opened last Thursday. These are currently opened only for the students of class 8th to 12th. All schools have been opened with covid safety protocol.
The decision to open schools in Puducherry was withdrawn
All government and private schools in Puducherry were to be reopened for students of classes 9 to 12 from July 16, but this decision has been withdrawn. The government has said that they have taken this decision keeping in mind the health of the people.
Schools will open in Chandigarh from July 19
Schools from 9th to 12th will open in Chandigarh from July 19! However, this will require the permission of the parents. According to the Chandigarh Administration, studies will continue through online mode as well. Along with this, the administration has also decided to open coaching institutes from July 19. According to the order, 'the teacher running the coaching and the student going there should have received at least one dose of corona vaccine.'
New academic session will start in universities and colleges from October 1
The University Grants Commission (UGC) has issued a detailed guideline regarding the new academic session in universities and colleges. Under this, the new academic session will start on October 1. UGC issued guideline. The admission process will be completed by 30th September. Universities and colleges will have to complete their admission process by September 30. The UGC has also made it clear in the guideline that the admission process will start only after the 12th results of all the boards including the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) are declared.