Lucknow: The Yogi government of Uttar Pradesh is considering opening schools from class VI to VIII from 15 February. Today a final decision can be taken on this. It is worth noting that in the past, CM Yogi had instructed the officers to resume classes from 6th to 8th on the basis of the guidelines of the Central Government. Subsequently, the Department of Basic Education has proposed to the government to open schools from class six to eight from February 15. It is proposed to start schools from class one to five from March 1.
Due to Corona, school captivity is slowly going to be a year. During this time there has been a lot of loss of children’s education. Students studying in the state’s primary and junior high schools do not have access to online education. Due to the shortage, online education in council schools is not as effective as in private sector schools. Therefore, parents and teachers are concerned to complete the study and curriculum of all children.
Meanwhile, the first phase of corona vaccination in the country has been completed. There has been a significant decline in active cases of corona. New cases are also coming up. So now the government is seriously considering restarting schools. CM Yogi directed the officials to assess the condition of corona infection before starting the study.