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All schools in Mumbai & other Maharashtra districts to reopen from October 4

Amid the dipping scale of coronavirus, the state of Maharashtra on Friday announced to resume offline classes across all schools from October 4. The decision has been placed after rounds of speculations with the health department, added reports. A graded unlock has been devised for schools and in the first phase, only classes 8 to 12 will get back to physical classes in urban areas. In the rural regions, however, students from classes 5 to 12 will return to school.

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Maharashtra government releases new SOPs regarding reopening of schools on Aug 17

After announcing the reopening of schools in Maharashtra on August 17, the state government has now issued a list of standard operating procedures (SOPs) to ensure COVID-19 safety for students, teachers and staff members. Schools in Maharashtra have been permitted to resume physical classes for standards 5th to 7th in rural areas and 8th to 12th in urban areas.

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Offline schools in Mumbai & other Maharashtra districts to reopen from August 17

As per the announcement by Maharashtra's Education Minister, all schools in urban as well as rural areas of the state will resume offline classes from August 17. Classes 5-8 will return to campus in rural areas, while schools in the city will allow offline classes for students of classes 8-12, the ordered added.

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Offline classes to commence for 8th to 12th grades in Maharashtra's COVID free villages

The Maharashtra government on Monday passed a resolution to commence offline school for classes 8 to 12 in COVID-19-free village panchayats across. As per reports, offline sessions are set to begin immediately, with due safety protocols in place. The state has asked school authorities to discuss the same with the parents-guardians and initiate a phased reopening.

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