While several states started partial reopening of schools in October last year, physical classes were again suspended following the exponential rise in the COVID-19 cases during the second wave.
During an online briefing, he said that students, parents and teachers can mail their suggestions to firstname.lastname@example.org on how the process of reopening schools be started.
The purpose of the exercise is apparently to ensure that the official machinery takes steps to improve the condition of government schools in the state.
Minister Samir Ranjan Dash said attendance is expected to rise as parents want their wards to continue classes in offline mode
When only 40 per cent of the teachers and staff are fully vaccinated and rest have taken first dose, how can the government allow reopening of schools, Congress spokesperson Sudarsan Das asked.
They are also pushing for vaccination of all teachers, support staff and SDMC members before the commencement of schools.
Class 11 students will attend school on Tuesdays and Fridays, while Class 12 students will convene at schools on Mondays and Thursdays, he said.
These high schools will start functioning from November 14, on the occasion of Children’s Day, this year.
Officials at the CSML said they selected the schools from Fort Kochi (wards 1 to 5), West Kochi (wards 1 to 5) and Ernakulam city (wards 62, 67 and 68).
Started on June 14; it is expected to go up even further since it will remain open until the end of September
Education Minister Govind Singh Dotasara said that a separate SOP for opening school wills be issued by Home Department in a day or two.
HP Cabinet also decided that coaching institutions will be allowed to function from July 26 and will have to follow standard operating procedures issued in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic.
A total of 25,000 people are waiting to take their driving tests across Ernakulam district. Of that, 13,500 applicants fall under the Ernakulam RTO.
The notification issued on March 11 by the School and Mass Education department envisaged merger of nearly 16,000 primary schools with upper primary schools.
Deputy Chief Minister, Manish Sisodia visited schools on the second day of the special Parent-Teacher Meeting (PTM) organized in Delhi Government schools.