School-College Closed: School-colleges closed in these states including Delhi, UP, Bihar, Maharashtra, know when will open

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By: Paromita Ghosh

Last Update: 2021-04-06 14:20:59 IST

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Delhi Gujarat Tamil Nadu has announced the closure of schools indefinitely while states other than Uttar Pradesh Rajasthan Bihar and Punjab have suspended classes for some time.

Several states and union territories including Maharashtra, Punjab and Delhi have announced closure of schools, colleges and educational institutions in view of the new wave of Corona. Delhi, Gujarat, Tamil Nadu have announced the closure of schools indefinitely, while states other than Uttar Pradesh, Rajasthan, Bihar and Punjab have suspended classes for some time. During this time schools have been directed to run classes through online classes. The board exams for classes 10 and 12, usually held in February-March, are to be held in May-June this year. At present, there is no hope of opening of schools soon.

The Delhi government had announced last week itself that no student would be called to school in the new academic session until further orders. The government has asked schools to insist on studying in digital mode. According to the order, students of 9th, 10th, 11th and 12th will be able to come to school for examinations, practical, project work related works with the approval of their parents.

The Union Territory of Jammu and Kashmir has announced that all schools of students up to class 9th have been ordered to be closed for two weeks from April 5. However, the 10th and 12th examinations of the Jammu and Kashmir Education Board will continue during this period.

The Uttar Pradesh government has extended the closure of schools for students up to class 8 till April 11. Earlier, the state government had closed schools for students up to class 8 by 31 March.

Only students of class 10th and 12th and candidates preparing for MPSC exam in Maharashtra are allowed to continue their regular academic activities.

The Punjab government has ordered that schools in the state remain closed till 10 April. Earlier, the state government had ordered that schools and colleges remain closed till March 31.

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