Schools have reopened with conditions in these states including Bihar, Haryana and Gujarat

Odisha Though students are not required to attend online classes, the state government has decided to reopen 10th and 12th schools from July 26. At this time, online teaching-learning for students continues. Satyabrata Sahu, general secretary of school and mass education in Odisha, & ldquo; We were able to reach only 40 percent of the total number of students through online teaching, but 60 percent of the students remained. Due to the covid restriction, 150 days of teaching loss to school students in the state. So, from July 26, private and government schools are reopening for 10th and 12th grade students. & nbsp; Tell us that classes will be held from 10am to 1.30pm. There is no chance of getting half leave during this period.

Maharashtra The government has reopened schools from 8th to 12th of July. However, schools have been opened in the same areas where no case of corona infection has been reported in the past one month. Notably, Nasik has announced the reopening of 335 schools in coronavirus-free villages.

Bihar Schools have reopened in the state since July 12, with a 50 percent attendance for students in grades 10 and 12. Here & nbsp; Colleges and universities have also been reopened.

Haryana Haryana schools reopened from July 16 to 9th to 12th. Physical classes will also be started for students in grades 6 through 8 starting July 23. However, students who want to attend schools will need to bring a letter of approval from their parents. In addition, online classes for these students also continue.

Gujarat From July 15, the state reopened offline classes for Class XII with a 50 percent student capacity. However, physical classes from 1 to 9 have been postponed indefinitely in the state.

Telangana Physical classes were supposed to start on July 1, but the decision was canceled after experts warned of a third Kovid-19 wave and resumed online classes for all school students.

Madhya Pradesh – Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chauhan had earlier said that the 11th and 12th grade schools will reopen with a 50 per cent capacity from July 26. & nbsp; Younger classes are allowed to reopen gradually depending on the situation. & nbsp; He told me that initially schools would be open four days a week and then six days.

Andhra Area – The state government has started online classes from July 12 and the physical classes will resume from August 16.

Meanwhile, no announcement has been made about the reopening of schools in Uttar Pradesh, Tamil Nadu, West Bengal and Karnataka.

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