MP Me Kab Khulenge School: After the cases of corona are reduced, schools are also being considered for opening of schools from class VI to VIII in Madhya Pradesh.
MP Me Kab Khulenge School: After the cases of corona are reduced, schools are also being considered for opening schools from class VI to VIII in Madhya Pradesh. Madhya Pradesh School Education Minister Inder Singh Parmar said that the state government is contemplating to reopen schools for classes 6 to 8 from next month. Earlier in the last week of July, the government has reopened the schools for classes 9 to 12 in the state with the condition of 50 percent attendance and fixed days in a week.Also Read – Maharashtra COVID Update: 22 students corona infected in a boarding school in Mumbai, 4 less than 12 years old…
Parmar said, ‘We have made up our mind to reopen the schools (class 6 to 8) from the middle of next month, which are currently closed due to the precaution of corona infection. However, we are extra cautious about this and will take a decision on this in view of the pandemic. The statement of the School Education Minister has come at a time when the private schools of the state are demanding the reopening of schools for all classes. Also Read – Haryana Me Kab Khulenge School: From this date, schools of class 4th, 5th will open in Haryana, know what is the decision of the government…
At least 45000 private schools affiliated to Madhya Pradesh Board of Secondary Education have announced to stage a sit-in across the state from September 2 demanding reopening of schools for all classes in compliance with the safety measures of Kovid-19. . Parmar said that he will seek Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan’s approval by the end of this month on the plan to reopen the schools. Also Read – School Kab Khulenge: Schools will open in Rajasthan from this day, studies will be done in two shifts; Know the complete guidelines
He said, ‘We have a plan to open secondary schools with a limited number of students on fixed days of the week. After this we will think about resuming the classes of primary schools with safety measures. When asked about Madhya Pradesh Private School Association (MPPSA)’s demand for immediate reopening of schools for all classes, Parmar said that the government is thinking that way but at the same time keeping in mind the situation of corona virus infection. to keep in.
He said that the government is also thinking of increasing the number of scheduled days in a class week for the students of classes 9 to 11. MPPSA president Ajit Singh said that the association wants schools to be reopened immediately with standard operating procedure for all classes.