However, as the number of cases of the core virus increased by leaps and bounds, schools and colleges were gradually ordered to close. Any public place where crowds congregate can be the focal point of the transition, as different strategies are being adopted by the government to break the chain of transition in any situation.
Corona’s rage was seen among many children who became infected after the start of schools, and there was confusion over how many colleges to run in addition to the state’s metros. However, it was announced by the government today through the Information Department that education work in all private and government colleges in the state can no longer be conducted offline till April 30.
As the state continues to battle the second wave of COVID-19, the Vijay Rupani government on Sunday announced that all schools, colleges and coaching institutes in Uttar Pradesh will stay closed till April 30. The Gujarat government, however, has said that the pre-scheduled exam in schools and colleges will continue.
“Classes of all the government/non-government schools from classes 10 to 12 will remain close in the state until April 30. Coaching centers will be closed. Pre-scheduled examinations may take place during this period.
Following the announcement of nationwide lockdown last year, all educational institutes were closed across the country but were allowed to reopen following the guidelines of the Ministry of Home Affairs (MHA).