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September 23, 2020


Schools will open in Bihar from September 28, know guidelines

Schools from ninth to twelfth will open in Bihar from 28 September. Classes will be conducted in government-run private sector schools with conditions. It is important that the students of the Containment Zone will not come to school. The operation of classes in secondary and higher secondary schools must comply with the Corona Guide-Line. Within two days, guidelines related to the operation of classes will also be issued by the Education Department. Schools will determine schedules of students and teachers at their level.


A teacher has to take classes only three days a week 

In a high level meeting of the Education Department held on Tuesday, it was decided that the children will come to the school only under the supervision of the parents. They have to comply with physical distance with mask, sanitizer etc. precaution. Keeping in view the prevention of corona infection, only half the teachers will be present in half a day. The remaining 50 percent of the teachers will be present the next day with intervals. That is, a teacher has to take classes only three days a week. 

A student will get a chance only two days a week

Only one third of the students will come to school in a day. In this way, they have the opportunity to join the class only two days a week. It is clear that a student will be able to join the class at an interval of two days. For example, if a student is present in Monday class, then his next attendance will be in Thursday class. During the six working days of the week, a student has set the day of attendance (Monday-Thursday, Tuesday-Friday, Wednesday-Saturday) for classes. 

Online classes will continue to operate

Education Department Principal Secretary Sanjay Kumar said that there is no compulsion for students to come to school. With the consent of the parents they can join the class voluntarily. Taking care of the interests of students not coming to school, it has been decided that online classes will continue to be conducted as before. Students not attending school will also be able to study online. This arrangement will continue till the next order. There will be a system of online education for classes below ninth.


Academic session will start from November 1, holidays will be cut to complete studies

Universities and colleges closed due to the Corona epidemic will start the academic session 2020-21 from November 1. Admissions will be made by October 31 in the first year of graduation and post-graduation. This year’s winter and next year’s summer holidays and other holidays will be cut while studying. The University Grants Commission (UGC) has stated in its guidelines that holidays will be cut for completion of courses due to delay in the session. 

UGC releases new academic calendar, directs universities to end admissions process by 31 October

Union education minister Ramesh Pokhriyal Nishank gave this information by tweeting. According to the revised academic calendar released by the UGC, classes for the first-year undergraduate and postgraduate courses will be started from November 1.

The Commission has directed universities that the admission process for these courses will be terminated on 31 October. It has also been asked to run classes six days a week to complete studies. The new session will run in online, face-to-face classrooms and mixed modes. This educational calendar will also be applicable to technical colleges of AICTE. 

CBSE should declare compartment examination as soon as possible so that students can enroll. 

The Supreme Court on Tuesday directed the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) to declare the results of compartment examinations of 10th and 12th classes at the earliest, so that students who have passed in the current academic year can enroll. CBSE has to inform the court about when the compartment examination results will be declared by Thursday. A bench of Justices AM Khanwilkar and Sanjiv Khanna has asked the University Grants Commission (UGC) not to release the academic calendar until September 24.