BIG BREAKING: Off-line education closed in Std. 1 to 9 schools till 31st

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All over the country, including Gujarat, Korona is getting out of control once again. In addition to Delta, cases of Omicron variants are also on the rise in the state. Delhi, Mumbai, Orissa, Punjab and West Bengal have also stopped offline education of students of different standards in schools and colleges. All offline educational activity has been stopped in these states. These range from school level to college level.



BIG BREAKING: Off-line education closed in Std. 1 to 9 schools till 31st 

Post Name :- Off-line education closed in Std. 1 to 9

Category :- Edu

Post Date :- 07/01/2021

Corona is once again rampant across the country, including Gujarat. In addition to Delta, cases of Omicron variants are also on the rise in the state. Delhi, Mumbai, Orissa, Punjab and West Bengal have also stopped offline education of students of different standards in schools and colleges. All offline educational activity has been stopped in these states. These range from school level to college level. 

Offline Education 9 To 12


These states have banned not only offline education but also educational activities. However, the performance of medical and nursing colleges will remain the same. According to the Ministry of Health, 37379 cases of corona have been reported on a daily basis in the last 24 hours. Due to which only 1892 cases of Omicron have been registered. Out of which Maharashtra has the highest number of 568 cases. Since then, 382 cases have been reported in Delhi and 185 in Kerala. 

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The CBSE has also extended its examinations in Teva. These examinations will be held during March-April 2022. Its date will be announced soon. However, apart from Madhya Pradesh and Maharashtra, the board of Bihar has already announced the board exams. In Gujarat too, some parents are demanding closure of schools. However, Education Minister Jitu Waghan has already clarified that parents can study online if they want. 

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