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Schools from class 1 to 5 can be opened in Uttar Pradesh from March, Education Department sent this proposal to Chief Minister Yogi

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Uttar Pradesh’s Basic Education Department is now preparing to open state schools. As per the reported news, the education department has sent a proposal to start classes from class six to eight from Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath from February 15. Along with this, a proposal has also been sent for classes one to five.

As per a leading daily report, classes from class one to five are proposed to start from March 1. However, the Chief Minister Yogi will take the final decision on these proposals. Uttar Pradesh officials were recently asked by Chief Minister Yogi to consider the reopening of schools. After which the Basic Education Department has come into action.

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The Chief Minister has also issued guidelines to guide the central government and assess the condition of corona in all the districts before starting the education in the state. After which this proposal has been sent. Anil Agarwal, president of the Private Schools Association, also said that under the direction of Chief Minister Yogi, the guidelines issued for the prevention of corona in schools will be ensured.

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Anil further said that classes in schools will run for three hours at present. Whose time will be kept between ten o’clock to one o’clock. Also, the children will be sent to school only with the permission of the parents. The process of corona testing, along with contact tracing and surveillance systems, will be continued vigorously.

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