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Bengal Govt Mulls Reopening Schools for Higher Grades From Next Week

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State-run and aided schools have been closed since March 17 last year since the coronavirus pandemic broke out.

The West Bengal government is exploring possibilities to reopen schools and begin classes in the higher grades from February 12 by conforming to COVID-19 protocols, Education Minister Partha Chatterjee said on Tuesday. Stating that nothing has been finalised as yet, Chatterjee said the Education Department would issue the necessary notification and those concerned would come to know when the schools reopen.

State-run and aided schools have been closed since March 17 last year since the coronavirus pandemic broke out. “We are weighing the possibility of reopening schools, to start classes for standards 9-12 from February 12 following all COVID-19 standard safety precautions," he said.

The school authorities have held online classes for the students and tutorials were held by television channels for higher classes.

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first published:February 02, 2021, 23:38 IST