Schools of classes 1 to 8 in UP closed till May 20, teachers will no longer be called schools

In view of the state of Kovid-19 infection in Uttar Pradesh, all schools from class one to eight (UP schools) will now be closed till the end of the session i.e. May 20 and teachers will be allowed to work from home. State Basic Education Minister Satish Dwivedi gave information about this by tweeting.

He tweeted and wrote, “In view of the current circumstances of Kovid-19, by the end of the current academic session (20 May 2021), all the teachers, teachers, instructors and teachers of Kasturba Gandhi Balika Vidyalaya of Basic Education Council should work from home. Will be allowed “

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In the past, all the council / aided / recognized and other boards of class one to eight were ordered to stop the academic work till April 30.

Let us tell you that in view of the ever increasing pace of corona virus infection, Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath has extended the period of corona curfew. Now in the state, there will be continuous detention from eight o’clock on Friday night to seven in the morning. During this time all necessary services will continue. Strict action will be taken against those who roam unnecessarily.

School also closed in Haryana

All educational institutions in Haryana will remain closed till 31 May. This decision has been taken in view of the increasing cases of Corona. Earlier, educational institutions including schools and colleges were ordered to remain closed till 30 April. Now government or private institutions, coaching institutes, libraries and training institutes will also be closed till May 31.

The government has said in one of its orders that all the Anganwadi centers and childcare centers under women and child development will also be closed till May 31.

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