Andhra Pradesh schools, colleges to reopen from November 2 – Times of India

Andhra Pradesh schools, colleges to reopen from November 2 - Times of India
AMARAVATI: Andhra Pradesh has allowed all authorities colleges and colleges to reopen from November 2 with all precautionary measures amid the Covid pandemic.

Chief Secretary Nilam Sawhney confirmed that the state authorities goes forward with reopening academic establishments.

The date for reopening colleges was already communicated earlier, even because the uncertainty over colleges has additionally been cleared now.

“Schools would be run on alternate days in three phases for which officials are making arrangements. Precautionary measures would be taken to contain the spread of Covid-19,” Sawhney stated.

As half of the reopening, courses 9, 10 and intermediate first and second yr will perform on alternate days for less than half a day.

Likewise, all Higher Secondary colleges will even begin functioning from November 2 on rotation foundation and from November 23, courses 6, 7, and eight would begin performing on a half day foundation.

“Classes 1, 2, 3, 4 and 5 would start functioning from December 14 on alternate days and on a half-a-day basis. The same schedule would apply to all government schools and colleges,” she added.

Though the state authorities thought of reopening colleges virtually a month in the past, it prolonged the reopening by a month, to a time when lively Covid instances have come down to round 26,000.

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