Uttar Pradesh To Open Classes From Ten To Six, Primary Classes From March 1

Due to the global pandemic corona virus infection, the young children will now go to school in closed schools due to lockdown last year. The Basic Education Department has also issued a mandate to open schools from class six to eight from February 10 and primary schools from March 1.
Due to Corona virus infection, all the schools of classes six to eight, which have been closed since last year, will open from February 10. Primary schools from classes one to five will open from March 1. The Department of Secondary Education has also ordered to conduct regular teaching work in classes 9 to 12 from 9 February. The Basic Education Department has issued a mandate in this regard on Friday. Upper primary schools in the state will be opened after about 11 months and primary schools after about 12 monthsAfter the approval of the Chief Minister, now schools from class six to eight will be opened in the state from February 10. Primary schools from the same classes one to five will open from March 1. The Basic Education Department had sent a proposal to open schools from class six to eight from February 15 and primary schools from March 1 for approval of Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath. The Chief Minister has directed to open schools from class six to eight from February 10. Primary schools will open from March 1. Additional Chief Secretary Basic Education Renuka Kumar gave this information.
The Department of Basic Education will also provide a comfortable book to students of classes one to three. Sahaja book contains stories with pictures. This will develop the tendency of students to read. BSA Dinesh Kumar said that comfortable books have reached schools.
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