Jharkhand school reopen update, latest news about school reopen in jharkhand
Ranchi: Public interest litigation was filed in the High Court on Friday to open the state's schools, colleges and coaching institutes. This petition has been filed by the Central President Ram Prakash Tiwari on behalf of Jharkhand Non-Government School Operators Association, Jharkhand Ranchi. Advocate's advocate Krishna Prajapati said that the Jharkhand government has kept all schools, colleges and coaching institutes closed due to Corona.
Schools were opened for 10th and 12th, but studies from nursery to ninth are closed. Millions of students are affected by this. In such a situation, appropriate orders should be given to the government to open schools. The applicant has said that 65 percent of the poor students do not have smart phones, laptops, computers, internet and other facilities for online studies. Due to the closure of the school, education from nursery to class VIII could not be done.
Now Jharkhand academic council has to fill the online registration form for the eighth board exam-2121. Millions of children will be deprived of the examination by not giving password to thousands of non-accredited private schools who do not deposit fees, for submitting registration form of students in the eighth board examination.
Their future may be collapsed. Due to non-deposit of fees by parents, there is a problem in depositing the salary of teachers, employees, road tax of the bus, bank installment, electricity bill etc.