The decision was announced on Monday by primary and secondary education minister S Suresh Kumar following the report of a technical committee which was constituted by the Chief Minister
Education department officials said the opinions of parents, teachers and students from have already been taken and documented in the report.
The holidays are applicable to state-run private and government schools as per officials from the department.
Karnataka government has not taken any decision regarding reopening of schools amid the coronavirus pandemic.
The State will embark on a major project to more than double the number of government schools imparting education in English, which is being introduced in Class 1.
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While a majority of the 11,000 students and parents surveyed strongly opposed offline classes, another set of students is complaining about the inefficiency of online classes.
Some schools in Bengaluru have already started classes physically, though the state is yet to come out with its guidelines.
The state government, on Saturday, announced its decision to not allow students of schools and pre-university college to visit their schools and college till the end of September.
"The CM has reiterated that holding the SSLC examinations was a matter of pride for our state. 8.5 lakh students maintained social distancing and there was an attendance of 98 percent," said Kumar
Kumar on Sunday said the government was yet to take a decision on reopening schools, and that opinions expressed by officials during a meeting were being misconstrued as the final word.
However, the admission process can begin prior to that from June 8, as per a circular by the primary and secondary education minister Suresh Kumar.
College students may enquire with their respective college managements whether colleges would remain open or not in their respective towns and cities.
The question paper will be prepared in one centre and will be distributed to schools (similar to SSLC board exam). But the evaluation will be strict compared to other grades, the order copy said.
Technical error leads to confusion, leaves poor parents confused, running from pillar to post.