News of school reopening: As cases of coronovirus in the country continue to increase and many states have an extended lockout due to the epidemic this week, private and government schools in a number of states will remain closed until July 31.
Even before the lockdown was extended, many states have already announced that they will decide on reopening the schools only after July 31.
All government and private schools in Madhya Pradesh will remain closed till July 31, the state government said in a notification on Monday.
Last week, the state government said that it would take a decision on reopening the schools after 31 July.
Taking to Twitter, Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chauhan had said that the exam will once again be held for students who could not write their Class 12th exams for any reason.
Review regarding reopening of schools on 31 July. Chauhan said that for those students who could not write their Class XII examinations for any reason, the examination will be conducted once again.
Talking about the examination of students related to UG courses, the Chief Minister had said that first and second year students of undergraduate courses and second semester students of postgraduate courses are promoted in the next year or semester based on the previous year’s semester. Will be done. Performance or internal evaluation.
Addressing a press conference, Delhi Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia had earlier said that schools in the national capital would remain closed till July 31 in view of COVID-19 status.
When the Delhi government announced a nationwide lockout on March 24, schools in Delhi were closed in mid-March due to a coronovirus outbreak.
“The reopening of schools is not just a technical task but, it is a creative work that will give schools a new and larger role. Sisodia said that schools in Delhi will remain closed till 31 July.
He made the announcement after meeting the Directorate of Education (DoE) officials to review the situation in Delhi and reopen the schools.
Delhi reported 2084 new COVID-19 positive cases and 57 deaths on Monday. The total number of cases is 5181, including 2427 active cases, 58235 recovered / displaced / displaced cases and 24 of2 cases.
In view of the increasing cases of coronaviruses in the state, the West Bengal government decided to keep schools and colleges closed till 31 July last week. Announcing the details, West Bengal Education Minister Partha Chatterjee said that all schools and colleges in the state would remain closed. 31 July.
The Education Minister also said that there will be no change in the functioning of these institutions. He said that it is just that regular classes will be postponed till 31 July instead of 30 June.
The state government closed on 24 June till 31 July in the state. Issuing an order, West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee banned train and metro services in the state till the end of July.
It was decided to extend the lockout during an all-party meeting convened by Banerjee to review the status of coronaviruses in the state.