Odisha Government will decide whether schools and colleges would reopen in the state in January 2021. The Secretary of the Higher Education Department passed a statement in regards to the decision of reopening of colleges.
But, Odisha Government said that this decision lies upto them. Education Ministry will not take any decision in this matter. The Chief Minister of Odisha Naveen Patnaik said that the government will decide when schools and colleges would reopen in the state.
The Education Ministry also announced the reopening of schools yesterday. But, their statement is denounced now.
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ODISHA GOVERNMENT WILL TAKE THE FINAL DECISION
They issued a statement and said that the Chief Minister has denounced the statement of reopening of schools and colleges. Lastly, this decision will be of the Odisha Government. They will take a decision are considering all the factors.
CM PATNAIK HELD A REVIEW MEETING
CM Patnaik held a review meeting and after the meeting, he issued this statement. He said that the government will take a decision after accessing all the factors related to the pandemic.
ODISHA GOVERNMENT WILL REOPEN SCHOOLS FOR CLASS 10 AND 12 STUDENTS
SR Dash is the School and Mass Education Minister. He passed a statement that schools will reopen in January. However, class 10 and 12 would be at the top of the priority list. Schools will operate on Saturday and Sunday to complete a minimum of 100 days working.
ODISHA GOVERNMENT MAY POSTPONE THE EXAMS IN UNIVERSITIES
Saswat Mishra is the Secretary of the Higher Education Department of Odisha. He said that students in Colleges and Universities in Odisha will appear for their exams once the colleges will reopen. The government will postpone the exams.
A LETTER TO THE EDUCATION DEPARTMENT
Mishra wrote a letter to the Department on December 7. He asked the universities not to conduct exams until classes resume in physical mode.