New Delhi: The Madhya Pradesh government led by Shivraj Singh Chouhan has decided to extend the closure of schools at least until March 31, following the coronavirus pandemic. However, regular classes for 10th and 12th grade students will begin shortly.Also Read – Southeastern Railways Recruitment 2021: Applications Invited for 520 Freight Guard Positions on rrcser.co.in
The Madhya Pradesh government has also confirmed that the 2021 board reviews will take place. In addition, pupils in classes IX and XI will be called to school once or twice a week. Also Read – Tamil Nadu government issues advisory to districts on Omicron variant threats
“There will be no classes for classes I through VIII in the state until March 31. The next academic session will start on April 1, 2021. Classes I to VIII will be assessed on the basis of the project work. The board exams will be held for grades X and XII and their classes will start soon. Social distancing and other precautions will be fully observed in classrooms. “said CM Chouhan, quoted by a leading portal. Also Read – Center Revises Guidelines for International Arrivals Amid Omicron Threats | SOP HERE
He made the announcement after a school education department review meeting held in Bhopal on Friday.
Notably, schools and colleges across the country have been closed since March 16, when the Center announced the closure of classrooms across the country as part of measures to contain the spread of the new coronavirus. While several restrictions have been relaxed in different phases of Unlock ‘since June 8, educational institutions remain closed as a precaution.