Classes XI and XII to start from July 26 and Classes IX and X from August 5 in Madhya Pradesh

Bhopal: Chief Minister Shri Shivraj Singh Chouhan has said that Classes XI and XII in schools and hostels will begin from July 26, while ensuring strict adherence to Covid appropriate behaviour. Classes IX and X will begin from August 5.

Chief Minister Shri Chouhan said that all schools will open with 50 percent attendance. Students will be able to come to school for 2 days in a week in the month of July and 4 days a week in the month of August. Crisis Management Groups will be able to decide on the opening of classes according to local conditions. Separate SOP is being issued to adopt Covid-19 appropriate behaviour in schools and hostels.

Chief Minister Shri Chouhan was reviewing the works of School Education and Higher Education Department in Mantralaya today. Minister of State for School Education Shri Inder Singh Parmar, Chief Secretary Shri Iqbal Singh Bains, Pricipal Secretary Higher Education Shri Anupam Rajan, Commissioner DPI Smt. Jayshree Kiyawat were present in the meeting.

Coaching centers for Class XII will open from August 5

Chief Minister Shri Chouhan said that coaching centers for Class XII will open with 50 percent capacity from August 5. Continuous monitoring will be done by Crisis Management Groups and local administration. All coaching centers will have to follow Covid-19 guide line.

New academic session in colleges to begin from September 1

The new academic session will start from September 1 in the colleges of the state. Presently the examinations are being conducted through open book mode. Offline classes will be conducted in colleges with 50 percent capacity as per local conditions.

All teachers and staff must be vaccinated

Chief Minister Shri Chouhan directed that cent percent vaccination of all teachers and employees of schools and colleges should be ensured by running a campaign. With this, more and more students should be vaccinated.

Consent of parents essential

Chief Minister Shri Chouhan directed that the consent of parents would be essential for sending students to classes in schools and colleges.

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