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Jharkhand allows schools to reopen for Class 10, 12 from December 21

Class 10 and 12 students would need the permission of their parents to attend schools. Alongside, online classes will also continue

By: PTI | Ranchi | Updated: December 18, 2020 11:43:26 am
class 2020Class 10 and 12 students would need the permission of their parents to attend schools. Representational image/ file

The Jharkhand government on Thursday gave its nod for reopening of schools outside containment zones for standards 10 and 12 from December 21, besides restarting classes in medical and dental colleges, and nursing institutes. Swimming pools, entertainment parks, processions, sporting events, coaching and all other educational institutions will remain shut, as per the COVID-19 guidelines issued by Chief Secretary Sukhdev Singh.

Class 10 and 12 students would need the permission of their parents to attend schools. Alongside, online classes will also continue. Classes will also restart in medical and dental colleges, and nursing schools from December 21, as per the order.

All educational institutes will follow the guidelines issued by the Ministry of Education and UGC, the order said. The exemptions have been given outside the containment zones, it mentioned. The state government also allowed the shooting of films. Further, the number of people allowed in religious sites and indoor halls was raised to 200. Up to 300 people have been allowed to gather in the open.

The state government also allowed the reopening of Sri Krishna Administrative Training Institute, Rural Development Institute and Police Training Institute.

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