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12 January 2021



In India, declining states of COVID-19 are planning to reopen schools and colleges after being closed for almost a year. In view of the epidemic situation, the Home Ministry has directed schools and educational institutions to 'gradually.' Way to reopen. They have also issued guidelines to be followed by educational institutions after reopening.

Some states, including Odisha, Karnataka, Uttar Pradesh, Haryana and Bihar, have started their schools while others will reopen next week.

Here is a state-wise list of schools and colleges across the country that will resume next week:


The state government has announced the resumption of colleges and schools for 10th and 12th class students from Wednesday, January 11. Students in class 10 and 12 will have to show the written consent of their parents when they come to school.

"Students in grades 10 to 12 and 12 will participate in classes from today. Masks and sanitation have been made mandatory," he said.

About 10-15 teams have been formed to conduct inspection drives in schools to check whether the Kovid protocol is being followed.

"The children will return to school after 10 months. We have divided the batch of students with only 10 students in each class. This is to follow the Kovid protocol," said the academic director of a school in Ahmedabad.

31 teachers and students have tested positive for Kovid since school resumed in Odisha

After the resumption of schools in Odisha, 31 teachers and students have tested positive for COVID-19 in Gajapati district, Chief District Medical Officer Dr. Pradipkumar Patra gave information.

Schools for Class 10 and 12 students reopened in Odisha on January 2nd, closed for more than 9 months due to COVID-19 epidemic

The journalist said that as many as 1 new infections have been reported in the district. It has 90 per cent teachers and they will be banned from going to schools.

He added, "All teachers underwent Covid-1 tests as per standard management procedure before resuming schools. Two students also tested positive for coronavirus," he added.

Schools for 10th and 12th classes and colleges for final year undergraduate and postgraduate students in Gujarat reopened on Monday after being closed for more than nine months due to coronavirus outbreak. State Education Minister Bhupendrasinh Chudasama told reporters that students, teachers and other staff members must wear masks and maintain social distance, and everyone entering schools and colleges is being screened.

Various state ministers and BJP MLAs were present at various schools in Gujarat to welcome the students, a statement issued by the state government said. Shri Chudasama welcomed the students at a school in Kalol city of Gandhinagar, while Minister of State for Home Pradipsinh Jadeja was present to welcome the students at a school in the vestry area of ​​Ahmedabad.

"There is great excitement among the students as schools and colleges are reopening after a long COVID-19 vacation. In addition to reopening colleges for undergraduate and postgraduate students in the final year, Decided to open., "Said Mr. Chudasama. He said school managers have already been instructed to strictly adhere to the Centre's standard operating procedures to prevent the spread of COVID-19.



Following a significant drop in the number of new COVID-19 cases reported daily, the state cabinet last week announced the closure of Class 10 and 12 schools and final year graduates and P.G. Has decided to reopen colleges for students. It was also announced that students studying in schools must obtain the consent of their parents. The government also made it clear that attendance would not be mandatory and classes would continue online.

Schools, colleges and university campuses across the state were closed after a coronavirus outbreak in the state in March-end last year. Since then, classes have been held online. Although the government had earlier decided to reopen secondary schools and colleges after the Diwali vacation last year, it abandoned the idea following the sudden rise in daily coronavirus cases at the time. Later, from mid-December, the number of new cases reported daily began to decline.


In October, October and November last year, 1,500 to 1,600 cases were reported in a single day, compared to the current 700 cases per day.

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