State-wise school reopening update: The third wave of corona virus (COVID 19) epidemic is now slowly subsiding. The Covid guide is now being updated across the country. Schools and colleges have reopened in Maharashtra from January 24. At the same time, many states like Jharkhand, Haryana, Chandigarh and Delhi are ready to open schools and colleges in phases. However, Uttar Pradesh and Madhya Pradesh are not currently considering launching offline classes in educational institutions. Students are similarly studying them through offline classes. Let us know what is the state wise (State Wise Schools Reopen News) plan for reopening the school-college.

Schools opened in Maharashtra but only 44% students returned

The Maharashtra government has reopened schools since January 24 in view of declining cases of Kovid-19 epidemic. In the state, students from Std 1 to Std 12 are being called to the school for offline classes. The COVID-19 guidelines are being strictly adhered to. But according to government figures, only 44 per cent students are currently attending school. The rest are studying them through online classes.

In Jharkhand, schools may reopen after January 31

The Jharkhand government will also decide to reopen schools after January 31. State School Education and Literacy Minister Jagarnath Mehto recently said that the closure of schools was hurting the education of students, adding that all schools in the state would be reopened after January 31. However, a total of 1,009 people were found infected with the third wave of corona virus in Jharkhand on Wednesday, while five people died due to the infection. Currently, a total of 13908 people have been infected while 2921 people have recovered in the last 24 hours. A total of 4,24,337 people have contracted corona in the state so far while a total of 4,05,143 people have been freed from corona infection.

Schools and colleges in Chandigarh will be open from February 1

Schools and colleges in Chandigarh are going to be reopened from February 1, 2022. However, only senior students i.e. students of Std. 10 to 12 have been called for offline classes. While there are no restrictions on universities and colleges. According to the Kovid guidelines issued by the Chandigarh administration, students who are in the age group of 15-18 years and want to come to school for offline classes should be vaccinated at least first. Without this they will not be allowed to enter the campus. In addition, parents’ permission to attend school will be mandatory.

Madhya Pradesh will decide after January 31

A decision on opening schools in Madhya Pradesh will be taken after January 31. State Home Minister Narottam Mishra said the chief minister would review it on January 31, after which a decision would be taken.

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Schools will not open in Delhi yet

Currently, no decision has been taken to reopen schools in Delhi. Although the Delhi government wants to open the school as soon as possible, the DDMA has not yet cleared the way. The important meeting of DDMA held on January 27, with the lifting of Delhi Weekend curfew, eased restrictions on weddings, social functions, gyms, halls, restaurants, etc. But no decision was made about reopening the school. It is expected that a decision on this will be taken at the next meeting of DDMA.

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Schools will be open in Haryana from this day

At the same time, the Haryana government is also ready to reopen the school from 01 February 2022. State Education Minister Kanwar Pale has announced this. Along with this announcement, detailed guidelines have also been issued for students of Std. 10 to 12. Schools will resume offline classes for these classes from February 1, 2022.

School-college closed in UP till February 15

The Uttar Pradesh government is not in the mood to reopen schools at present. The school-college here has been ordered to remain closed till February 15. But online classes will continue this way. The UP government had earlier ordered closure of all educational institutions in the state till January 30.

Online classes will also continue in Uttarakhand

In Uttarakhand too, school closures have been extended till January 31 due to the corona virus epidemic. Meanwhile, all schools, coaching centers and anganwadis up to standard 12 in the state will be closed but online classes will continue.

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