Karnataka: New academic year to begin from July

Haryana considers reopening of schools for classes 6 to 9

October 8, 2020

The Haryana government is contemplating reopening schools for classes 6 to 9 to enable the students to take guidance from the teachers, in line with the Centre’s decision allowing graded resumption of schools from October 15. If everything goes as per plans, the students of these classes can consult their teachers from October 15 onwards, Education Minister Kanwar Pal said on Wednesday, October 7, 2020.

The students will be allowed to visit their schools with permission of their parents and they can consult teachers to clear their doubts.

Pal told reporters, “We are contemplating opening the schools for the students of classes 6 to 9 to enable them to take guidance from teachers. Final decision will be taken in coming days.”

After remaining shut for the past six months due to the Covid-19 outbreak, schools in Haryana had last month partially reopened to enable students studying in Classes 9 to 12 to visit their institutions outside coronavirus containment zones only,

Schools were asked by authorities to follow all Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs) issued by the Union Ministry of Health and Family Welfare recently.

Source: PTI

Read: School reopening status and MHA guidelines

Also read: School reopening guidelines: Education ministry issues SOPs

Also read: Uttarakhand cancels school reopening amid rising Covid cases

Also read: Karnataka: Private schools request reopening; write to education minister

Posted in News, States
Current Issue
EducationWorld January 2021
ParentsWorld November 2020

Kara4Kids
Renaissance Learning
WordPress Lightbox Plugin