MP Class One To Fifth School Open: MP Class One To Fifth School Open: classes from one to fifth will start in mp from September 20, know guidelines
- Schools from class one to five will open in MP from September 20
- Now all classes will be conducted with 50% capacity
- 8th, 10th and 12th hostels will operate with 100% capacity
- Decision has been taken in the meeting chaired by CM
After the second wave of Corona, classes from class 6 to class 12 are being held. 50% of the students attend these classes. At the same time, now the decision to open the junior section has also been taken by the government (MP School Reopen Latest News). Schools from class I to V will also open in MP from September 20. Presently the attendance of students in primary classes will be 50 percent.
CM Shivraj Singh Chouhan has announced that it has been decided to restart all government and non-government schools in the state. In the meeting held under the chairmanship of CM, classes will be conducted as per rules from September 20.
Classes from classes one to five in schools will be started with 50 percent capacity following the protocol of Kovid-19. Along with this, hostels will be run for 100% students of class 8th, 10th and 12th.
He has said that the hostel facility will also be provided to the students of class 11 on the condition that not more than 50 percent of the total strength of the students should be present in the hostel. Along with this, all the residential schools operating in the state will be operated for 8th, 10th and 12th with 100% students.
At the same time, schools and hostels will also be opened for the students of class 11th, but not more than 50 percent of the total strength of the students should be present in the hostel. Consent will be taken from the District Disaster Management Committee on the proposal to open schools, hostels, residential schools run under the district. With the consent of the parents, students will be able to attend the school, hostel.
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