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RTO directs private schools in Indore to ensure safety compliance for all operational buses

Indore's transport department has issued directives to all private schools in the city, asking them to deploy only those buses that comply with the stipulated guidelines for transporting children. After the schools reopened in the city, these orders were given to ensure that the used vehicles are in a workable and well-maintained condition. As per reports, the city has nearly 140 private schools and a large number of them operate privately-owned buses.

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Class 11 & 12 students in Indore & other MP districts to get back to schools from July 26

Amid the receding scale of the second wave of coronavirus, the state of Madhya Pradesh has decided to reopen schools for classes 11 and 12 from July 26. The Chief Minister announced that students will attend offline classes at 50% capacity, initially. Besides, pupils will attend schools in two batches to maintain the norms of social distancing effectively.

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Police personnel and public join hands to educate children in Indore slums

Indore's Operation Smile is a joint venture undertaken by the cops and civilians to impart education to underprivileged children in the city of Indore. Conceptualised in 2016, this programme has been working for 4 years, providing Sunday weekly classes to young children from the city slums, inculcating the value of education among them. These classes, amid the outbreak of a life-threatening pandemic, have provided young students with a chance to get back to their studies, paving way for their brighter future.

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