Karnataka Education Minister Suresh Kumar has said that no decision has been taken yet on the opening of primary schools in the state. He also said that the first year PC classes will start soon.
All schools have been closed since March last year due to the Corona curfew. Only the first colleges started functioning on November 17. Classes began on January 1 for 10th and PUC second year students. Lessons are conducted in the Vidyagama program for 6th to 9th classes.
Classes will begin shortly for first-year PC classes. Karnataka Education Minister Suresh Kumar has said that no decision has been taken yet on opening schools for primary school students from class 1 to 5.
In this situation, an awareness organization called “Towards a Children’s Walking School” has sent a petition to the Karnataka Education Minister. It said, “Schools should function as usual as the impact of corona infection is now low. Students who are currently studying in the education program are being provided with food grains instead of lunch. This greatly affects the students. The parents of the students are unable to cook for the students as they are going to work and the grain provided will go all out.” Not achieved.
As a result, all schools will have to reopen from January 23. A lunch program for students should also be started. If the schools are not reopened from January 23, we will hold a protest against the state government from January 25,”the petition said.
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