Orissa: Offline Classes of Class 8th and 11th in Schools Will Start From October 21, Notification Will Be Issued Soon

Orissa’s School and Mass Education Minister SR Das said – The situation of corona infection is getting better in the state. In view of this, we are starting 8th and 11th offline classes in the state schools.

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Orissa government has announced to start 8th and 11th offline classes in the state schools. This decision has been taken in view of the decreasing cases of corona in the state. The offline classes of class 11 will be started from October 21 and offline classes for class 8 will be started from October 25. Keeping in mind the guidelines of protection from Corona in the state, offline classes of class 9th and 12th have already been started.  Orissa’s School and Mass Education Minister SR Das said – The situation of corona infection is getting better in the state. In view of this, we are starting 8th and 11th offline classes in the state schools. A notification regarding this will also be issued soon. The Minister for School and Mass Education said that no decision has been taken so far to start classes from class 1st to 7th. 

Corona cases decreasing in the
state 521 new corona cases have been registered in the state on Thursday, which is 94 less than Wednesday. At the same time, 6 people have also died due to infection. So far, there have been 10,33,809 total corona cases in the state, taking the total death toll to 8,274. Schools are closed in Odisha from October 9 on account of Durga Puja and Kumar Purnima, schools will start from October 21. 

condition of other states
Recently, Goa CM Pramod Sawant has also said that the state government has decided to open schools for classes 9th to 12th from October 18. Apart from this, the Himachal Pradesh government had also decided to open schools for class 8th from October 11 in all private and government schools in the state. There, Karnataka CM Basavaraj Bommai has also spoken of taking a decision on the issue of opening of schools in the meeting of the Expert Committee.

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