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Schools getting ready to reopen in UP, Karnataka, Tamil Nadu, Andhra, Odisha
To begin with, most States prefer to resume in-person teaching for Classes 9 to 12 only, and on a trial basis. They include Uttar Pradesh, Karnataka, Tamil Nadu, Andhra Pradesh and Odisha. Bihar, Punjab, Uttarakhand, Gujarat and Haryana have already reopened schools and other educational institutions.

LUCKNOW, Aug 7: The Uttar Pradesh Government has decided to re-open secondary schools in the State from Classes 9 to 12 for physical classes from August 16.

A covid review meeting was held here on Monday by Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath. Adityanath instructed officials to begin preparations for the commencement of the new session of all educational institutes.

All standard operating procedures (SOPs) would be followed. Big schools would run in shifts and the small ones in single shifts. Shools have been directed to reopen with 60 per cent capacity. Schools will celebrate Independence Day with selected number of students.

Meanwhile, the private schools have decided that some of them would follow a hybrid mode, having both offline and online classes, some others would continue with online education, according to Anil Agarwal, president of the Unaided Private Schools Association Uttar Pradesh (UPSA).

The physical classes in schools were discontinued since April following the second covid wave.

The colleges in the State have already begun the admission processes. Adityanath had said that preparations should be made to start new sessions in all educational institutions soon. Social distancing and masking will be insisted upon and adequate sanitisation of the premises should be taken care of, he had cautioned.

Several other States too have decided to reopen their schools immediately. They include Karnataka, Tamil Nadu, Andhra Pradesh and Odisha. Bihar, Punjab, Uttarakhand, Gujarat and Haryana have already reopened schools and other educational institutions.

Karnataka will open the schools for Classes 9 to 12 from August 23. The classes will be held on alternate days. A decision on opening the primary schools will be taken after assessing the situation at the end of the month. The Tamil Nadu will reopen its schools for Classes 9 to 12 from September 1 with 50% capacity. Andhra Pradesh schools will start on August 16. Universities and colleges in Odisha will start on August 16. Delhi and West Bengal are yet to take a decision.

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