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Schools in Goa to resume offline classes for students of IX-XII from October 18

As the COVID situation continues to improve in the state, Goa's Task Force for COVID management has decided to reopen schools for students of classes IX to XII from Monday. As per the announcement made by the Chief Minister of the state on Wednesday, offline classes will resume in a staggered manner from October 18. Previously, the administration had issued a circular permitting offline examination for students of classes XI and XII in the state.

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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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Offline classes resume for students of 1-5 in all MP districts except Indore

According to the directives of the Chief Minister of Madhya Pradesh, schools reopened their premises for elementary classes at a 50% capacity from Monday, September 20 after around 18 months. However, schools in Indore for classes 1-5, have not reopened yet. As per the recent updates, the resumption of elementary classes(offline mode) in private schools in Indore, will take place in October.

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Schools in Lucknow to reopen from October 19 for classes 9-12th only

After a long gap of almost seven months, schools in Lucknow are all set to reopen. The Uttar Pradesh government has conditionally permitted the reopening of schools from October 19, for classes 9th to 12th only. These classes will be held under the advisory of the Centre's Home Ministry and the guidelines of the UP government. Students in 8th and below, will still have to stay home and attend classes online, until further notice.

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