Schools and colleges partially reopen after being shut for six months

Created on: 2020-09-22 08:11:06 | Author: Sanjeev Mishra | Home Page | Schools

Ranchi: Many schools and colleges across the country are prepping up for the partial reopening from today. Under Unlock 4.0, the Centre has allowed schools and colleges to reopen from September 21 with caution. As per the guidelines, students from Class 9 onwards are permitted to visit the schools to seek guidance from teachers voluntarily.

Haryana: On Day 1 of reopening, only 3% students turn up in government schools

Assam: schools reopen after 6 months, but attendance thin

MP: schools reopen today on a voluntary basis

Andhra Pradesh: Schools reopen partially in Vijayawada from today

Delhi: Schools to remain closed for all students till Oct 5, says govt

Himachal Pradesh: Schools reopen in the state after Govt allowed students of Class 9 to 12 to visit schools from today on a voluntary basis, for taking guidance from a teacher

Bengaluru: Many schools may not reopen today

Srinagar: Students of Class 9 to 12 can visit schools from today on a voluntary basis, for taking guidance from teachers

Jammu: Govt has allowed students of Class 9 to 12 to visit schools from today on a voluntary basis

Chandigarh: Class 9 to 12 students are allowed at schools from today on a voluntary basis, for taking guidance from teachers

 The reopening of Edu institutes will bring relief to students

With schools and colleges in the country are reopening today, many academicians feel that the move will bring much-needed relief to students who have been stuck at home for a long time due to the pandemic. Even as online classes have benefited a considerable number of students, especially from the elite private schools, many have struggled to adjust to this new stay-at-home lifestyle. Many educators said that the students are being affected physically as well as emotionally as they are not able to meet their friends and play outdoors now.

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