According to the director of primary education Dr Ranjit K Singh, a total number of 32, 08,503 children have been brought back to classes 1 to 9 across the 38 districts.
Replying to a question, the education minister said higher secondary schools have opened in 8385 panchayats.
To bring these students back into classrooms, the education department of Bihar government has decided to launch 'Admission Drive' across the state from April 1.
Schools will be reopened for class 6 to 8 with a condition that only 50 percent students will be allowed in a classroom.
Sarita Rai is educating children and poor students at her 'Topper Study Point - The Udaan' from 2014 in many districts.
Classes for students of 9th to 12th standard are being conducted in two shifts, with 50 per cent of a class' capacity in each shift.
Recently, the Madhya Pradesh Government had also announced that the government jobs would be allotted only to those who hail from the state.