School reopening update: when will schools open in different states including UP, Bihar, MP, Delhi, Rajasthan, Haryana, know what the update is

School reopening updates: Schools will open in the first week of February in many states, amid dwindling cases of coronavirus infection in the country. Governments of many states including Rajasthan MP and Haryana have taken the decision to open schools while many state governments including Delhi are considering the issue. As the exams of the major classes start, the tension of the children who have been weighed down by the drop out of their studies since last year has increased. Find out here what the status is with regard to the opening of the school.

UP (UP School reopening news)
To prevent corona contamination, the government has ordered that all educational institutions must be completely closed until February 6. It includes all schools, colleges and universities of the state. During these online classes, the classes continue as usual. Given the decreasing corona cases, it seems that schools will be allowed to open from February 7.

A state in East India
Bihar’s educational institutions are likely to open after February 6. If the current infection rate continues or weakens further, there is a good chance that all government and private schools, colleges, coaching and other educational institutions in the state will open from February 7. However, the final decision on this will be taken at the meeting of the Disaster Management Group constituted by the state government. It is believed that the meeting of this group will be held on February 5 under the chairmanship of the Chief Secretary as the current state government guidelines regarding corona infection in the state apply until February 6. Including all educational institutions are closed but their offices are running with 50 percent attendance.

MP School (MP School reopens News)
Schools in Madhya Pradesh will reopen on February 1. The state government took this decision on Monday. Chief Minister Shivraj Singh said that after consultations with medical experts on the opening of the school, it has been decided that the schools will reopen from February 1, 2022. All classes from class 1 to 12 are taught with 50% attendance. Residential schools and hostels can also open with a 50 percent turnout.

Amid the decreasing corona infection in the national capital Delhi, the decision was made this week to reopen schools and colleges. The Delhi Disaster Management Authority (DDMA) meeting chaired by Lieutenant Governor Anil Baijal on Thursday failed to reach a decision on reopening schools and colleges. The matter will be discussed in the DDMA meeting next week.

Schools from 10 to 12 will open in Rajasthan from February 1. The schools will open from 10, 6 to 9 February. Students may only come to the campus to study with written permission from the parent/guardian.

The government of Haryana has decided to reopen the schools for students in grades 10 to 12 from February 1. It was decided to keep the schools and colleges here closed until January 31.

The decision may come today in Himachal Pradesh
Amid the threat of corona in Himachal Pradesh, the government is preparing to open educational institutions. The final decision will be made after discussion at the state cabinet meeting to be held today. The GGD will give its presentation in the cabinet. In this, the final decision will be made after extensive discussion as to whether it is appropriate to call the children amid increasing cases of corona.

Schools from grades 1st to 10th are open in Bangalore from today.

CM Mamta Banerjee announced Monday that from February 3rd, schools will reopen from 8th to 12th standard in West Bengal.

Schools will open in Jharkhand from February 1. All schools will open in 17 districts of the state (Dhanbad, Dumka, Garhwa, Giridih, Godda, Gumla, Hazaribagh, Jamtara, Khunti, Koderma, Latehar, Lohardaga, Pakur, Palamu, Ramgarh, Sahibganj and West Singhbhum). At the same time, classes above class 9 will be conducted in 7 districts, including Ranchi. This means that children up to and including group 8 still do not go to school.

Maharashtra Deputy CM Ajit Pawar has announced that schools and colleges will reopen in Pune district from February 1. The school hours for classes 1 to 8 are according to the regular schedule.

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