New Delhi. Where for a long time, different decisions are coming in different states regarding the opening of schools. At the same time, Delhi, UP and Bihar are some such states where schools have not yet been opened. But on the contrary, in many states, offline classes have also been started in schools from today.
So let’s know today in which states schools are open from today. But you should also know that no matter what the state is, a rule applies uniformly, under which students will not be allowed to attend physical classes at all unless they come to school with written permission from their parents. Therefore, students should go to school today only with the consent of their parents.
- Jharkhand – Schools and colleges will be opened in the state from today but schools will not open in 7 districts here as there are a lot of corona cases there. These districts are Ranchi, East Singhbhum, Chatra, Deoghar, Seraikela, Simdega and Bokaro. Now only schools from class 9 to 12 will open in these places. In other places, schools from class I to class XII will be opened.
- Madhya Pradesh – Schools will be opened here from today also. Classes are now being opened here from class one to twelve, but at present all schools will be opened with 50% capacity.
- Maharashtra – All schools and colleges in the state are being opened from today. However, the final decision to open the school has been handed over to the local government itself. Now they can take a decision after reviewing the situation.
- Rajasthan – Following the Corona guidelines here, at present, schools have been opened only for class X and XII from today. Schools for classes 6 to 9 will open from next 10 February.
- Haryana – At present, schools have been opened in Haryana for classes 10 to 12. From today only students of these classes can go for physical classes. However, the rest of the classes will be conducted online as before.
- Uttarakhand – Schools have been opened in this state as well. But here only online classes will run from class one to nine, while students from class tenth to twelfth can go for offline classes for the time being.