School bells in the state will ring only after Diwali
The first class will start from class IX to XII,
Minister of State for Education Bachchu Kadu gave the information
Mumbai : To avoid the Corona crisis, the central government has allowed states to start precautionary schools. It is mentioned in the guidelines issued by the Union Home Ministry recently. However, the decision to open the school has been left to the state governments. Therefore, the attention of students and parents is focused on what decision the state government will take in Maharashtra. State Minister of State for Education Bachchu Kadu on Sunday gave important information regarding the opening of schools and said that schools in the state would be started after Diwali. Classes IX to XII will start this time, Kadu told a news channel. However, no decision has been taken yet on the actual opening of schools for students from class I to VIII, he added.
All schools and colleges in the state were closed during the Corona period after the lockdown was announced. Now the state is being unlocked. The government has also decided to start schools. Online education started a few months ago. But now the state government is preparing to start the ninth to twelfth standard schools in November.