Karnataka is looking forward to reopen schools by August,September : Education Minister. Karnataka state government has made decision regarded reopen of schools in the state in August or September, based on the situation of the infection. S.Suresh Kumar, Minister of Primary and Secondary Education, and Sakala of Karnataka said on Tuesday. Regarding the issue, Kumar said, “Schools would not open for the time being. The children will be taught through media. The state is also working on new schemes to improve the learning process for the students.”
At present there are 5,536 new COVID19 cases reported in Karnataka with 102 deaths. The schools, colleges, and other educational institutions are closed from March after the center government decision on a nationwide lockdown. The schools are running online mode of learning. Students are directed to attend online classes daily. A few days ago Karnataka government had initially imposed a blanket ban on online classes for students in the state between LKG & 5th grade on June 15. And a partial ban on June 27 allowing permitting recorded online classes only.
After the hearing in Karnataka High Court, Chief Justice of Karnataka Abhay Shreeniwas Oka had now imposed an interim stay on the ban.At present the online classes are begin conducted in the state, but as per Court’s order, no schools will have the right to make online education compulsory or have the right to charge extra fees for online classes.
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