As the second wave of corona infection in Bihar is weakening, the government is constantly engaged in giving necessary exemptions. After the start of university, college and class 11th-12th, now the state government has started preparing for offline education of middle and high school (Bihar School Reopen Update). Education Minister Vijay Kumar Choudhary said on Wednesday that middle and high schools in the state can resume their offline classes after August 6 if there is an improvement in the cases of corona.
‘Decision will be taken in view of the situation of Corona’
The Education Minister of Bihar said that a final decision will be taken in this matter after reviewing the situation regarding the control of the corona epidemic. We are encouraged by the recent petition from the Indian Council of Medical Research (ICMR) to reopen schools. Schools cannot be kept closed indefinitely as it will adversely affect the mind of the children.
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What did Education Minister Vijay Kumar Chaudhary say on opening the school?
Vijay Kumar Choudhary said that the government is closely studying the situation after the resumption of classes in +2 schools as well as colleges and universities in the state. Apart from this, the Crisis Management Group is also constantly considering the threat of a third wave of Corona. He said a final decision on reopening schools could be taken in the last week of July or the first week of August.
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Consideration of getting pending examinations in the university soon
The Education Minister said that if the situation improves satisfactorily, the universities may be allowed to conduct their pending examinations soon. During this, Vijay Kumar Chaudhary told that the recruitment of primary teachers has ended in the first phase. The list of selected teachers was shared on the website of NIC on Tuesday. However, during counselling, not more than 70 per cent qualified candidates appeared for the recruitment. He said that the second round of counseling may be arranged after some time to fill up the vacant posts.