Assam, Meghalaya, Mizoram, and Nagaland decided on impart lessons for students of class 10, 11 and 12 on voluntary basis and in deference to the Centre’s guidelines.
The decision to allow reopening of schools for senior students has sprouted mixed reactions, with some schools gearing up to welcome students again, while parents choose to take caution.
Health experts have mixed opinions on the Centre’s decision to allow normal reopening of schools, on a voluntary basis for students, from September 21.
Parents insisted that protocols should be in place before schools are reopened.
Schools, colleges, educational and coaching institutes for regular activities shall remain closed till September 30, but online and distance learning will continue.
A student of B.Sc Physical Science, said that the paper was quite tough and in a situation, when classes could not happen properly, it was unjust for students.
Kids of domestic helps stare at grim future, parents unable to pay for classes
However, it will depend on the decision of the Central government, Assam’s Education Minister Himanta Biswa Sarma said.
Day and night, a government school teacher has been converting lessons into videos to help his students learn better.
The study also found that high caregiver aspirations were positively and significantly associated with better performance in math, for boys but not for girls.
The LPA is an appeal by a petitioner against a decision of a single judge to another bench of the same court.
Many private and corporate schools in the city have begun their academic year and started conducting online classes for students.
Officials meanwhile also said that in the wake of the surging number of Covid-19 cases, the Centre is planning to reconsider its decision to open schools in next two months.
With a number of schools and colleges demanding fees from parents for the coming academic year, city police have been flooded with complaints.
In a relief to parents, the Chandigarh Administration on Wednesday issued orders that private schools in Union Territory cannot increase fees for the year 2020-21.