Yogi Adityanath government of Uttar Pradesh has announced the closure of schools up to 8th class till 11 April. Earlier this decision was only applicable till April 4, but due to the ever increasing cases of Corona, the decision of school closure has also been extended for a week. This decision will be applicable to all private and government schools. However, during this period, there will be an exemption for conducting examinations and conducting online classes. Apart from Uttar Pradesh, there are many states in the country where the education of children is affected due to Corona and the decision to close schools is considered justified. Let’s know, in which states are there restrictions on school-colleges …
New session started online in Delhi
The new session is going to start in the capital Delhi from April 1, but it will run online. Due to new cases of Corona, it has been decided not to open schools till 8th. However, the Delhi Parents Association has said that it was a right decision not to open the school in view of the prevailing situation, but it should also apply to the students of classes 9 and 11.
School-colleges will remain closed till 10 April in Punjab
In Punjab, the worst affected by the Corona wave in North India, it has been decided to keep schools and colleges closed till 10 April. Earlier, it was decided to close the schools and colleges till March 31, but now it has been extended for 10 days. Officials say that by mid-May in the state, new cases are expected to decline. In such a situation, CM Amarinder Singh has ordered to increase the test and vaccination of Corona. Punjab is currently in the list of the top 6 states with the second fastest wave of corona virus.
In Madhya Pradesh, schools up to 8th are closed till 15
Shivraj Singh Chauhan government of Madhya Pradesh has decided to keep schools closed till 8th class till 15th April. Earlier in Madhya Pradesh, the decision was taken till 31 March. Apart from this, classes from class 9th to 12th have started from April 1. However, permission of parents will be required for the offline class.
There are restrictions in these cities of Gujarat
The Gujarat government has decided to close schools located in eight municipal areas of the state till April 10, in view of the growing threat of Kovid-19. These include Ahmedabad, Surat, Vadodara, Rajkot, Jamnagar, Junagadh, Bhavnagar and the state capital Gandhinagar. However, schools for classes 9 and 11 are allowed to open with limited staff members.
Ban on schools up to 5th in Rajasthan
Rajasthan government has announced the 8th, 9th and 11th class examinations. Recently, the government had decided to keep schools up to 5th till the next order. However, once again the new update is awaited. The Rajasthan State Education Board has announced the exam dates for 8th, 9th and 11th class. The 8th examinations are scheduled to begin from May 06, the 9th exam from April 26 and the 11th class examinations from April 24.
Elections continue in Puducherry, but schools up to 8th
The administration of the Union Territory of Puducherry has ordered the closure of all schools in classes 1 to 8 between March 22 and May 31. Voting for the Assembly elections is also scheduled on 6 April.
Tamil Nadu also banned schools
Assembly elections are going on in Tamil Nadu as well, but during this time schools are definitely banned. The government has also ordered closure of schools for classes 9, 10 and 11 from March 22 until further orders.
Only Telangana medical colleges will open
All the educational institutions (schools, colleges, hostels, gurukul institutes) in Telangana except medical colleges have been closed due to fast growth in Kovid-19 cases.
Decision to promote students in Chhattisgarh
A complete lockdown has been imposed in Durg district of Chhattisgarh from 6 to 14 April, while section 144 has been imposed in the capital Raipur. Apart from this, schools have been announced to be closed until further notice. CM Bhupesh Baghel has decided to promote the students of all classes except those studying in 10th and 12th standard to the next class without examination.
Only 10th and 12th examinations will be conducted in Himachal Pradesh
Himachal Pradesh government has announced to promote students of all classes except students of 10th and 12th. Apart from this, the schools and colleges and other educational institutions have been ordered to be closed by 15 April. Earlier this order was implemented till 4 April.
Nightcarfue in Pune, Maharashtra, lockdown may occur
A 12-hour night curfew has been announced in Pune city of Maharashtra from April 3 to 6 pm to 6 am. Apart from this, restaurants, bars and cinemas will also be closed. Apart from this, the operation of buses will also be closed. Tonight at 8:30, CM Uddhav Thackeray is scheduled to address the public. During this time, he can make a big announcement. However, so far statewide orders have not been given regarding schools and colleges.