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School Education Minister Inder Singh Parmar held a meeting with the officials.
- Decision will be taken after reviewing the transition to open schools from first to eighth
Classes of 10th and 12th will be regular in Madhya Pradesh from December 18. This decision has been taken keeping in mind the board examinations, while leaving the decision to start the 9th and 11th classes at the district level. Based on the enrollment of students there and the rooms available, a decision will be taken by the principal. The decision to open schools from first to eighth will be taken after reviewing the Corona transition. This decision will be applicable to all schools affiliated to MP Board and CBSE. Orders in this regard will be issued in a day or two.
School Education Minister Inder Singh Parmar of Madhya Pradesh has taken this decision after a three-hour meeting of the officers of the department today. The decision has been taken on the basis of the report of the Crisis Management Group of all districts. The meeting first discussed the preparation and time table of the MP Board’s 10th and 12th examinations.
It took care of how much regular class session should be kept. Apart from this, there was discussion about the course from 9th to 12th? If the course is remaining, the officer will inform about the preparations to complete it. In addition, a review was conducted to open the school and complete the course before the examination.
These officers were present in the meeting
Principal Secretary of School Education Department Rashmi Arun Shami, Commissioner Public Education Directorate Jayashree Kiyawat, State Education Center Commissioner Lokesh Kumar Jatav, Chairman of the Board of Secondary Education Radheshyam Julania and other officials of the department were present.
Private school operators warned
Sopas state president Ashish Chatterjee said that the government has not taken a decision regarding private schools that have been closed since the Corona period. The movement was announced on 9 December. Even after that, the government has not yet decided. For this reason, all schools and colleges will remain closed on 15 December.
After this, there will be a protest in Bhopal on 16 December. Association of Un-Aided Private Schools Madhya Pradesh Vice President Vini Raj Modi and Secretary Babu Thomas said that till now the government has not allowed them to perform, so we will now perform without permission. If needed, all will also arrest.