Gujarat: First to fifth class schools were opened if the graph of Corona fell

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Now from November 22, classes from class 1st to 5th will be held in the school premises.

Ahmedabad:

Gujarat Education Minister Jitu Vaghani said on Sunday that in view of the steady decline in the cases of Kovid-19 in the state, the government has given permission to start classes in the school premises for students of classes I to V from November 22. This is the first time since the outbreak of the pandemic and the subsequent restrictions that classes will be opened on the school premises for students of classes I to V.

Vaghani told reporters here that classes for classes 1st to 5th will be held in the school premises from November 22 after the Diwali holidays in the state are over. Parental permission is mandatory to send children to school. He said, “Standard operating procedure will be implemented for the conduct of these classes like other classes being conducted in the school.”

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He said that the state education department would make necessary arrangements to resume classes without any hassle and the standard operating procedure would be strictly followed. In Gujarat, schools were opened from September 2 for students of classes VI to VIII with 50 per cent capacity. At the same time, in the beginning of July, the state government had opened 12th, colleges and technical institutions. The State Health Department said that 36 new cases of Kovid-19 have been reported in Gujarat in the last 24 hours. With this, the total number of infected people increased to 8,27,184. 323 patients are undergoing treatment in Gujarat.

(Except for the headline, this news has not been edited by the Granthshala team, it has been published directly from the Syndicate feed.)

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