From 6th to 8th grade schools in Karnataka have been opened again. Schools from 9th standard to 12th grade have already begun in Karnataka amid fears of a third wave coronavirus. In the meantime, however, Kovid clusters are constantly coming up in colleges / schools in Karnataka. This has forced the government to consider again the decision to open the school.
Schools from 9 to 12 were opened on August 23
Significantly, schools in grades 9 to 12 were opened in Karnataka on August 23. However, only schools have been opened in selected districts. The State Government of Karnataka has issued a Procedure Statement (SOP) and made it compulsory for all educational institutions to follow the Rs. According to the SOP, schools are allowed to reopen only in districts where the Kovid-19 test positive rate is less than 2 per cent. All students, staff and parents visiting the school premises are obliged to follow the guidelines set forth in the SOP.
Online classes for students in Karnataka Will continue
Schools in Karnataka conduct online classes for students who do not wish to attend offline classes. It is noteworthy that all staff (teaching and non-teaching) personnel must be vaccinated before entering the school premises.
Let us tell you that Karnataka Chief Minister Basavaraja Bommai also assured parents that the government is taking precautions before opening schools and ensuring that all Kovid-19 protocols are followed.
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