Karnataka’s Prime Minister, Basabara Zibonmai, said Monday that schools were reopened for class 1 to 5 students in the state, and the government will announce in this regard shortly. “I will give an order because the expert committee has already issued a report. When (when to start the lesson) and all the details, the chief secretary will meet with the education department,” Bonmai said. He said.
I told reporters here that the discussions will result in a decision to reopen school for students in classes 1-5. As the number of cases of COVID-19 decreased, the government reopened school for students in classes 6-8 from September 6th and for students in classes 9-12 from August 23rd.
Earlier in the day, BC Nagesh, Minister of Elementary and Secondary Education, said the school would be reopened for students in classes 1-5, based on the recommendations of the State Technical Advisory Board on COVID-19. “If they say from October 21, we will start. If they say a week later, we will start a week later.”
The government said it would like to start one to five lessons at a time, saying, “But our plan is to have half-day lessons during the first week or so, and then one-day lessons once the students get used to it. That’s it, “he said. However, the minister said no decision had been made regarding the reopening of schools for LKG (Lower Kindergarten) and UKG (Upper Kindergarten) children.
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Karnataka School Reopens in Classes 1-5, Announced Soon: CM
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