The food and civil supplies minister of Maharashtra and Guardian Minister of Nashik Chhagan Bhujbal said on Saturday that the authority will reopen schools for class 9th to 12th students.
Students residing in rural and urban areas of the district can go to school from January 4. So, the Civil and Zilla Parishad authorities will start the preparations to reopen schools.
Table of Contents
- 1 BIHAR SCHOOLS AND COLLEGES TO REOPEN FROM 4TH JANUARY
- 2 JNU SET TO REOPEN ITS CAMPUS FOR PHD STUDENTS
- 3 WOMAN TEACHES TRIBAL KIDS FREE OF COST
ATTENDEES OF REVIEW MEETING
The minister had a word with the reporters after addressing a review meeting on the coronavirus pandemic. However, the collector Suraj Mandhare, Commissioner of Nashik Municipal Corporation Kailas Jadhav, Police Commissioner Deepak Pandey, Police Superintendent Sachin Patil, and CEO of Zilla Parishad Leena Bansod attended the review session.
THE AUTHORITY WOULD TAKE COVID-19 TESTS OF TEACHERS
On the other hand, Chhagan Bhujbal said that as schools are reopening from 4th January, all the municipal corporations, health agencies, and councils have to prepare for micro-planning. So, they should take COVID tests of teachers and non-teaching staff.
ALL THE SCHOOLS WILL BE SANITIZED
Moreover, the authorities have to sanitize all the schools over the next few days. When asked about the vaccination drive for the coronavirus, Bhujbal said that the authorities will create 650 booths to cater to 100 people each per day in the district.
However, all the educational institutions in Bihar will also reopen from January 4. After the reopening of all the educational institutions, the ministry will hold a review meeting after 15 days. However, if the author observes that the review meeting ends with a positive response, lower classes can also come to study and attend physical classes. Till then, class 9th to 12th students can attend physical classes and other students can come to their colleges.