Due To Covid-19, 9th, 10th, And 11th Schools Will Be Closed Announced By TN Government!!!

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9th, 10th, And 11th Schools Will Be Closed Announced By TN Government
9th, 10th, And 11th Schools Will Be Closed Announced By TN Government

Due To Covid-19, 9th, 10th, And 11th Schools Will Be Closed Announced By TN Government: Students in Tamil Nadu’s 9th, 10th, and 11th classes have been given school holidays until further notice, according to the Tamil Nadu government. Since March, schools around the country have been closed due to the corona. Owing to the lack of a suitable environment for schools to open their doors to students, classes were held online. Since the schools had been closed for ten months, steps were taken to open them only for high school students. As a result, the schools reopened on January 19 for students in the 10th and 12th classes.

Following that, students in 9th and 11th classes begin on February 8th. Classes were held in classrooms, with corona limitations in place. The general examination schedule for students in the 12th class has been released in this situation. It was announced that 9th, 10th, and 11th class students would be passed without having to take any exams.

The effect of the second wave of corona is rapidly spreading across Tamil Nadu in this situation. Corona’s effect on students and teachers has been verified in several school districts. As a result, students and parents are reluctant to attend classes. Despite the tightening of corona restrictions in schools, there was a need for schools to be granted vacations as the corona virus spread. According to reports, the Tamil Nadu government is planning to reinstate school vacations. Students in classes 9 to 11 have also been put on leave until further notice. The order was issued in the students’ best interests.

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