Assam Schools Closed: Schools closed until January 5th, made this plan for the rest of the students!


  • In Assam, the Kamrup metropolitan district closed schools until the 8th standard and in other districts until the 5th standard.
  • Offline classes of students will rotate from the 9th to the 11th.
  • Curfews introduced in the state.

Assam schools closed: Schools are closed to grades 1 to 5 in all districts of Assam and to grades 1 to 8 in the Kamrup metropolitan district. The chief minister of Assam, Himanta Biswa Sarma, issued these orders after assessing the current situation of the Corona virus (COVID 19). Schools will remain closed in the state from January 8 to January 30. While offline lessons for students from grades 9 to 12 continue. These students are also called to their school for vaccination.

The epidemic is once again spreading across the country. Cases of the new variant Omicron of Kovid-19 are also increasing rapidly. Amid the rising number of COVID-19 cases in the state, the government of Assam on Friday tightened restrictions in a series of new COVID-19 guidelines to control the spread of the Omicron variant in the state. The chief minister of Assam, Dr. Himanta Biswa Sarma, has also imposed a curfew in the state from 10pm to 6am.

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Assam School and College Guidelines

  • Beginning tomorrow, January 8, all state and private schools through grade 5 in the state will remain closed until January 30. Schools in Guwahati remain closed to students up to and including group 8.
  • Offline classes from grades 9 to 11 will rotate (3 days a week).
  • Class 12, technical colleges, medical colleges and technical institutions will continue as before.

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Learn and what has changed

  • People who have not been fully vaccinated will not be allowed to enter all government buildings, shopping centers, hotels, restaurants, cinema halls, public places except hospitals from January 15.
  • Those who are not fully vaccinated will be fined Rs 25,000 for entering hotels, restaurants, shopping malls and cinemas.
  • Restaurants are allowed to work with fully vaccinated people at 100 percent seating capacity.
  • Only fully vaccinated people are allowed to allow inter-district passenger transport.
  • One cannot travel standing up.

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