Chandrapur. State Education Minister Varsha Gaikwad announced on Thursday that from January 24, classes from 1st to 12th in the state will again be offline. He said that the Chief Minister has approved a proposal to this effect sent by the School Education Department. Written instructions in this regard will be issued today or tomorrow. Here in the district, the Education Department has not received any order to make the schools offline again. The education department is also waiting for orders. At the same time, the speed of corona is increasing in the district. Which remains a matter of concern.
It is noteworthy that in the first week of January in Maharashtra, in view of the increase in the cases of coronavirus and the highly contagious Omicron infection, the Maharashtra government had made schools online. However, many parents were opposing the closure of major schools of the educational institution. He said that this would adversely affect the students. In the last academic session, the students were completely exposed to Corona. If this session also remains like this, then the future of the students may be questionable.
Despite the increasing cases of corona, parents were being stressed on completing the education of their children. Due to which the State Education Department has decided to make the schools offline again from Monday.
In this context, when information was taken from the District Education Officer, Dipendra Lokhande, he said that till now no order has been received by the Education Department to make schools offline from Monday. Anyway, till January 8, all the schools were offline. As soon as the order is received, the status will remain as before.