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School Reopening: These States Have Announced To Open Schools


School Reopening in India: Amidst the decline in new COVID-19 cases in the country, many states have started opening and easing lockdown restrictions. At the same time, schools and colleges have also started reopening. While schools have opened in many forms, many are planning to reopen schools soon.

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Let us know which states have opened or announced to open schools.


Schools have been opened in Gujarat for 12th class students from 15th July 2021, i.e. from today. Colleges and technical institutes have also been opened there. A significant decline has been registered in the new cases of COVID-19 in Gujarat. Given this, classes have been started in Gujarat from today and class 12 in colleges and technical institutions with 50 per cent capacity.


Uttar Pradesh

Schools have opened in Uttar Pradesh since July 1, but students have not been allowed to attend schools. Schools have been opened for academic work, and only teachers and non-teaching staff are coming to school. At present, online learning-teaching of the same students is going on.


Schools have been opened in Bihar from 6 July 2021. However, schools are to be opened here in a phased manner. Significantly, the government has given strict instructions to all schools and colleges to follow the Corona guidelines. Along with this, instructions have also been shown to make special arrangements for thermal screening at the institute gate.

Let us inform you that Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar had also recently announced information regarding the reopening of schools and colleges on Twitter. He had said, “Universities, all colleges, technical educational institutions, government training institutes, schools up to class 11th and 12th will open with 50% attendance. Special arrangements will be made for vaccination of adult students and girl students, teachers and staff of educational institutions.



The Haryana government had announced on July 9 that schools would reopen with a social distancing from July 16 for classes 9 to 12. If the situation remains normal, schools will be reopened for other classes. While schools for classes 6 to 8 will reopen from July 23. However, online classes will continue, and students who want to continue taking them will be allowed to do so. Also, students will be allowed to come to school only after obtaining written permission from their parents. For the time being, schools from classes 1 to 5 will remain closed in the state, and any decision regarding reopening them will be taken later.


Schools from class 9 to 12 will be opened in Chandigarh from July 19. However, the consent of the parents will be necessary to come to the school. During these, online classes will also continue.


The Union Territory of Puducherry government has announced to open all the schools in the state from class IX to XII. State Chief Minister N Rangaswamy announced that all the schools in the state from class IX to XII would open from July 16. The Chief Minister also said that from July 16, all the colleges in the state would also reopen. School Reopening in India.



In Maharashtra, schools from class 8th to 12th are opening on 15th July 2021, i.e., today. However, the government has permitted to open schools in only those areas where there has not been a single case of corona for the last month.

Andhra Pradesh

The Andhra Pradesh government has decided to reopen schools in the state from August 16. Only online classes are going on here.


According to a Times of India report, the Uttarakhand government is planning to reopen colleges and universities in areas where Covid-19 cases are relatively slow. As reported by TOI, Uttarakhand Education Minister Dhan Singh Rawat has said that “We are looking forward to reopening colleges and universities in the district where COVID-19 cases are less.”


Let us inform you that this year, the Uttarakhand government had opened colleges and educational institutions in February. Still, later, the physical classes were suspended due to the second wave of the Covid-19 pandemic.


The Delhi government has allowed colleges and universities to reopen for administrative work with a maximum capacity of 50 per cent. Only college staff will be permitted inside the campuses, and no student will be allowed inside the campus. Delhi’s colleges and universities will be opened later with all COVID-19 safety protocols. Physical teaching will remain suspended for now, and teachers will continue to take classes in online mode.

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