Punjab School Reopening: The Punjab government on Tuesday, further relaxing the Kovid restrictions, has ordered the opening of schools up to 10th, 11th and 12th from July 26. During the Kovid-19 review meeting, Chief Minister Amarinder Singh said that schools will be allowed to open for classes X to XII, but only those teachers and staff will be allowed to reach the school, who have been vaccinated.
According to the Punjab government, children will come to schools only with the consent of their parents and the option of online classes will remain. At the same time, the Chief Minister has also indicated that if the situation of Corona remains under control, then permission will be considered to open the rest of the classes in a similar manner from August 2.
Punjab Govt allows reopening of schools for Classes 10, 11 & 12 from July 26, with conditions that staff & teachers should be fully vaccinated & parents’ consent is taken
The number of people in indoor gatherings raised to 150 & outdoors to 300, subject to a cap of 50% capacity
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What is the preparation in which state?
Haryana After about three months, the schools reopened from Friday. Students from class IX to XII arrived in government and private schools to study. However, on the first day, there was only 40 percent attendance of students in the schools. First of all, the students were taught the lessons of Kovid rules on behalf of the school management and then classes were conducted with social distancing.
Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal ruled out the possibility of reopening schools in the national capital in the near future in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic. At the same time, the Shivraj Singh Chouhan government of Madhya Pradesh has announced to open 11th and 12th schools in the state from July 26.
Gujarat Schools of class 12th have opened from July 15. Along with this, colleges have also been reopened for undergraduate and postgraduate students from July 15 in Gujarat. 50% of the students will be allowed to come to the campuses.
Uttar Pradesh Schools have opened since July 1, but students are not allowed to go to school. In fact, schools in the state have been opened for academic work.
Puducherry In July 16, all government and private schools were to be reopened for students of classes 9th to 12th, but this decision has been withdrawn.
Bihar Schools of 11th and 12th have been opened with 50% attendance from 6th July. However, schools are to be opened here in a phased manner. The government has given strict instructions to all schools and colleges to follow the Corona guidelines.
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