Andhra Pradesh Political News

Educational institutions to open from Nov. 2 in AP

All the educational institutions in the state will reopen from November 2 of the next month. The education department of the state have decided to open all the schools and colleges by following strict Covid 19 virus prevention rules.
            The department has also made full proof arrangements to prevent the virus. The classes in the schools will be held in three phases on alternate days. The chief secretary of the state Neelam Sawhney has explained the schedule to reopen the educational institutions. The  classes will be held for half day. On the first day, the classes for 9th, 10th intermediate first and second year will be held in the state. The classes for all higher education courses will also commence from the same day. These classes will be held on rotation basis.
            The classes for the sixth, seventh and the eighth standard will be commence from November 23.  These classes will also be held on alternate days for half day.  In the third and the last phase, the classes from the first class to fifth classes will commence from December 14,2020. They will also be held on every alternate day for half day. 
            The Chief Secretary has said that the same schedule would be applied to all government aided and private educational institutions. 

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