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Schools in Jaipur & other Rajasthan districts to reopen for classes 9-12th from September 1

In light of the lowering transmission rate of coronavirus, the state of Rajasthan on Thursday announced the reopening of schools across Jaipur & other districts from September 1. Offline classes will only be permitted for students of standards 9 to 12, highlighted reports. The junior classes, 1 to 8, will continue to run in the online format, until further orders.

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UP schools reopen today for on-campus administrative works after almost 100 days of closure

As the second wave of the pandemic is retiring gradually in Uttar Pradesh, schools registered under Basic Education Council have revived operations from today, for administrative purposes. As per reports, schools for grades 1 to 8 are being opened for teachers and other school staff, including the employees linked to the Shikshmitra scheme. It is noteworthy that the gates of these educational institutions will remain to be closed for pupils and online classes shall be continue for them.

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UPBEB announces reopening of schools in Lucknow, Kanpur & other districts from 1 July

Over 1.5 lakh schools that are recognized by the Uttar Pradesh Basic Education Board (UPBEB), have been instructed to stay closed till 30 June. This order was issued due to the second pandemic wave, however, now these schools will reopen on 1 July. Schools can call employees and academic staff based on their requirement but students will not be attending offline classes until further notice. An order regarding the same was issued on Tuesday night by the Secretary of UPBEB.

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Schools in Jaipur & other Rajasthan districts to reopen only for teachers from June 7!

The Directorate of Secondary Education has instructed all schools in Rajasthan to commence the new academic session (2021-2022) from Monday, that is June 7. This day will coincidentally also mark the reopening of educational institutes across the state, for teachers. Only 50% of the teaching staff is permitted to work from schools while the decision regarding students' attendance will be taken only after the pandemic threat subsides, read reports.

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