Uttar Pradesh : Proposal to open school in UP from class 1 to 5 from 1 March, sixth to eighth from 15 February

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Following the orders of Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath, the Basic Education Department has started preparations to open schools from class six to eight in the state from February 15. The Department of Basic Education has sent a proposal to open schools from class six to eight from February 15, with the approval of Additional Chief Secretary Basic Renuka Kumar and Basic Education Minister Satish Dwivedi for the final approval of CM Yogi. At the same time, a proposal to open schools from classes one to five from March 1 has also been sent by the Basic Education Department. CM Yogi Adityanath can take the final decision in this regard today.


CM gave instructions


Due to Corona, the Yogi government is going to start the studies which have been closed in schools for the last year. Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath had asked to consider resumption of classes from six to eight in schools as per the guidelines of the Central Government. Regarding which he tweeted and told that instructions have been given to the department. CM Yogi instructed the officials to assess the condition of corona infection before starting studies. A joint committee of Basic Education Officer and District Medical Officer headed by the District Magistrate ordered to prepare a complete report in this regard in every district.


CM will take a final decision on the proposal

In this sequence, the Basic Education Department has sent a proposal to CM Yogi Adityanath to open schools from class six to eight from February 15 and schools from classes one to five from March 1, after approval of the departmental minister. Now CM Yogi has to take a final decision on this.