MP School Reopening: It has been announced to open schools from first to eighth grade in Madhya Pradesh. The new session of schools will start from April 1. This announcement has been made by School Education Minister Inder Singh Parmar.
Parental consent required
He told that if the number of children in schools increases, then the class will be in two shifts. School Education Minister informed that permission of parents will be necessary for children to come to school. He appealed to the parents to take the children to school on their own, seeing the safety of the children. The school education department will soon issue a detailed order for starting classes.
Separate guide lines for high transition areasThe minister said that classes will be started with necessary precaution where corona’s influence is less. But schools will not be opened in the identified areas of Corona affected Indore and Bhopal. He also said that the last session has been spent in the children’s home. Due to which the studies have been adversely affected. But now, due to Corona, studies in schools cannot be stopped any longer.
Parmar said that in areas where infection is high, a separate guideline will be made for schools in those areas. In schools where there are more children, it will be considered to run the school in two shifts. This will be discussed soon with the school operators.
Schools below class one will not open
However, schools below class one will not open in the state right now. That is, the children of nursery, KG-1 and KG-2 will have to wait longer. School operators still have to strictly follow the Kovid protocol. Ninth and tenth schools have opened in the capital Bhopal, but no transition has been reported in schools.
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