UP Schools, Colleges Closed: Now UP Schools-Colleges will remain closed until January 30, questions raised on UPTET!


  • Schools in UP will now remain closed until January 30 due to Kovid-19.
  • Important meeting Decision taken after testing corona contamination.
  • Questions that arise on the UPTET 2021 exam.

UP Schools, Colleges closed News: Given the coronavirus (COVID 19) infected cases across the country, the government of Uttar Pradesh has extended the closure of all schools and colleges until January 30, 2022. It was previously decided to keep schools in the state until January 23, 2022 . This decision was taken in today’s important meeting (January 22, 2022). On the other hand, Lucknow University and National PG College Lucknow have already postponed all exams until January 31.

Offline classes in UP schools and colleges postponed until January 30
On Saturday, an important meeting was held in UP on the review of the Kovid-19 infection. In these consultations, the corona infection notification was discussed in all districts and on that basis it was decided to postpone the offline classes until January 30. Though Uttar Pradesh schools and colleges will continue to provide online classes. The way of teaching will not change and everyone is advised to stay indoors and not enter their educational institutions under any circumstances.

Questions Asked on Social Media Related to UPTET 2021 Exam
After the UP government announced it would extend the closure of all schools and colleges until January 30, people on social media are voting for the decision. But at the same time, a section is questioning the course of the Uttar Pradesh Eligibility Test (UPTET 2021) exam to be held tomorrow, January 23. One Twitter user wrote: ‘But with 23 lakh kids playing with their families’ lives, that will surely happen in the UP TET exam on January 23. To what extent is this stubbornness justified if more exams have been canceled with less crowds. While a user tweeted that Kovid hasn’t spread to the people of #UPTET? Many users also ask questions about UPTET.

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All exams postponed to January 31 in these colleges of UP
It is worth noting that Lucknow University has postponed all semester exams from January 15 to 31 after about 50 Kovid-19-infected cases were reported. First semester undergraduate (UG) and postgraduate (PG) students have been asked to leave the hostel and return home for their own safety. The new dates for the exams will be announced soon on www.lkouniv.ac.in. On the other hand, National PG College Lucknow (NGPC) has postponed the exams from January 17 to January 31, 2022. From February 1, the exam will be conducted according to the schedule. The postponed exams will be rescheduled from 5 February.

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Cases of coronavirus are constantly increasing in UP
COVID cases in Uttar Pradesh are scaring many people in recent days. In the past 24 hours, UP has recorded more than 18,000 new COVID-19 cases and the numbers have been higher almost every day in the past 1 week. In addition, the government continues to vaccinate children. The vaccination campaign against Kovid-19 for the age group of 15-18 years will run from January 3.

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