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Covid-19: MP schools to not reopen on July 1, announces CM – Times of India


BHOPAL: Schools in Madhya Pradesh, which were due to reopen July 1 after the summer vacation, will now reopen later in consultation with the Center, other states and experts, Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chohan said Monday.

While chairing a ministerial recommendation meeting on preparing a strategy to combat Covid-19, Chohan said the research will continue online and on television.

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He also said that Grade XII scores should be based on the “best of five marks” obtained in various subjects in Grade X, and those looking to improve their grades may turn up for an exam to be organized later. “Schools in the state will not open from July 1. Research will continue through online platforms and TV broadcasts. The decision to open the schools will be made after discussions with the Center, other states and experts, ”CM said.

Recommendations made by ministers include prioritizing the vaccination of teachers and school personnel and conducting training programs on pandemic management.

Meanwhile, officials said that admission to graduate and postgraduate studies will take place in August, with a new session starting in September.

They said the CM has ordered that all students over 18 years of age must be vaccinated against Covid-19 prior to the start of educational activities at colleges and universities, and only those who have been vaccinated should be allowed to enter the premises.



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