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Latest News : Karnataka School Reopening: Classes 9-12 students

Preschool and colleges in Karnataka reopened on September 21. There will be no regular classes in the state. Students in grades 9 to 12 cannot visit schools.

Last Updated September 19, 2020 Government of Karnataka in Pre-Schools and Colleges. He banned 12th grade students from meeting teachers due to epidemic diseases.

According to Opening, pre-university schools and colleges in Karnataka will resume from September 21. The state education department has decided not to take regular classes. An earlier statement issued by the government said that the education department had given admission to the students after dropping the covid-19 issues in the state. "While the epidemic continues to rage in the state, the state government feels it is not safe to invite students to colleges or schools to meet teachers," the government said.

Education Minister S. Suresh Kumar along with Karnataka Education Department. Suresh Kumar was present, this decision was taken in this meeting. Kumar told reporters, "From September 21, the teachers of class, class 10, class 12 and teachers will be in the school to clear the doubts about the study of students. It will not be like a regular class. Don't be."

General classes will not resume under any circumstances and the state government is waiting for the green signal from the Center to resume regular classes in the state, he said.

On the challenges facing the department this year, Kumar said ten popular students enroll by June every year, which did not happen this year. Therefore, the registration process is targeted to be completed by the end of September, PTI said.

According to the SOP issued by the central government, schools will have to follow general preventive measures like physical distance, mandatory use of face masks, regular hand washing and self-monitoring of health and registration of any illness. Presentation of open air classes in school camps will be encouraged if the weather permits.

Necessary hand hygiene (dispenser) and thermal control must be provided at the entrance. Strict regulation of school visitors should be followed and adhered to.

Meanwhile, the state government has decided to reopen Karnataka degree colleges from October 1, 2020. The academic year started on September 1 through online classes. Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Higher Education C.N. Ashwavath Narayan said in August that the state government was awaiting central instructions to resume outdoor hours.

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