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The Supreme Court Tuesday said it would not reopen its decision on granting reservation in promotions to Scheduled Castes (SCs) and Scheduled Tribes (STs) as it was for the states to decide how they implement it.
After remaining shut for months due to the Covid-9 pandemic, universities and colleges in Madhya Pradesh will reopen with 50 per cent attendance from September 15.
Before reopening, there is an urgent need for improvements in school infrastructure and facilities. Authorities must make a thorough assessment of school premises.
Niti Aayog Member (Health) Dr. VK Paul on Thursday said that vaccinating children was not a condition for reopening schools. He said this criterion was not acceptable anywhere in the world.
An association of teachers of Jadavpur University wrote to West Bengal Education Minister Bratya Basu, urging him to take immediate steps for Covid-19 vaccination of students.
The classes will be held in both the sessions- forenoon and afternoon with 50 per cent strength in each shift
Kangana Ranaut requested the Maharashtra government to open theatres in the state as her much awaited ‘Thalaivii’ is due to hit the screens.
Schools reopened for students of Classes 6 to 8 in Karnataka on Monday, by following strict Covid-19 protocols.
According to the guidelines, classes for students of 12th standard would be permitted with in-person attendance not exceeding 50 per cent of capacity on a given day.
The foreign currency exchange rates are still in fluctuation as the rates are not stable and change frequently during the day, he said.
For residential schools, SOPs issued by the Department of Education should be followed to contain the spread of the virus, Urban Development Minister Suresh Bhardwaj said.
Nagaland is willing to open schools for classes 9 and 10 to facilitate offline teaching.
Several parents are questioning the advisability of reopening schools if a third wave is going to come after a month.
General Education Minister V Sivankutty said Chief Minister Pinarayi Vijayan and the high-level committee monitoring the COVID situation and guiding actions to deal with the disease in the state would take a final decision on the school reopening
Despite concerns about increasing COVID-19 cases, the Kerala government is mulling to reopen schools as it has decided to set up an expert panel to study the present circumstances in the state and submit a report in this regard.
Responding to whether children will be more affected in the third wave, Randeep Guleria said since they are not vaccinated that's why many believe they will catch the infection. But global data show us that wherever children have fallen to Covid virus, it has been with mild symptoms and not serious infections.
Delhi University Acting Vice-Chancellor P C Joshi on Wednesday said the varsity will be opened in a phased manner as the safety of students is a primary concern.