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New guidelines issued in Rajasthan to curtail surge in active COVID cases

In a bid to curb the rising tally of COVID-19 cases in Rajasthan, the government issued fresh protocols on Friday. As per the new guidelines, all educational institutes are required to give options of both online as well as offline classes, allowing students to choose from any of the modes as per their convenience. Even those students who agree to attend offline classes will require written permission from their parents or guardians for the same.

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SOPs issued ahead of the reopening of schools for standards 7 & 8 in Goa

Ahead of the reopening of schools for Classes VII and VIII across Goa scheduled tomorrow, the Directorate of Education has issued a comprehensive list of Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs). According to the reports, the detailed list of SOPs entails sixteen guidelines for the institutions along with a six-point criteria list for those who can attend the schools. Apart from this, it is now upto the school management to decide whether or not they would resume offline classes on the basis of the infrastructure and resources present at the moment.

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Goa education department recommends offline examinations for classes 10 & 12

The Goa directorate of education has suggested that examinations for classes 10th and 12th should be held in an offline mode, with COVID-19 protocols in place. The directorate has pointed out that offline examinations can be easily conducted if students, teachers and staff wear masks, undergo thermal screening and use sanitisers. While a staggered seating arrangement has also been recommended to strengthen the defence, the state government is yet to take a final decision regarding the same, added reports.
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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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Pupils of classes 9-12 can now opt for online or offline classes in Rajasthan

After remaining closed for several months due to the pandemic, the Education Ministry of Rajasthan has now reopened schools for classes 9th to 12th. Mandatory protocols include wearing masks and maintaining social distancing in the premises, according to the Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs) issued by the state government.

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