MP School; Shivraj Singh Chouhan Cabinet Minister Indra Singh Parmar meets officials From December 1st classes to MP 10th to 12th classes, the district administration will decide on 9th and 11th

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School Education Minister Indra Singh Parmar held a meeting with the officials.

  • The decision will be made after reviewing the class corona infection until the eighth

Regular classes on 10th and 12th will be held in Madhya Pradesh from December 1. This decision has been taken keeping in view the board examination, while the decision to start class 9th and 11th was left to the district administration. The principal will decide on the basis of enrollment of students and available rooms. The decision to open a school from 1st to 8th will be taken after reviewing the corona infection. This decision will apply to all schools affiliated to the MP Board and CBSE. An order in this regard will be issued in a day or two.

Madhya Pradesh School Education Minister Indra Singh Parmar took this decision after a three-hour meeting of the department’s officials today. This decision has been made on the basis of the report of the Bias Management Group of all the districts. The meeting discussed for the first time the preparation and schedule of the 10th and 12th examinations of the MP Board.

It focused on how many regular class sessions should be held. Other than that, there was a discussion about the course from 9th to 12th? If there is a course left, the officer will inform you of the preparation to complete it. Additionally, a review was done to open the school and complete the course before the exam.

The officers were present at the meeting

Chief Secretary of the School Education Department Rashmi Arun Shami, Commissioner Public Education Directorate Jayshree Kayawat, State Education Center Commissioner Lokesh Kumar Jatav, Chairman of the Secondary Education Board Radheshyam Julaniya and other officials of the department were present.

Private educational institutions are not ready
Sopa state president Ashish Chatterjee said that no concrete decision has been taken even after the meeting. The situation regarding college opening and other demands is not clear. In protest, online / offline teaching in private schools, colleges and universities in the state will be shut down on December 1, association officials said. The operators have been trying to get permission from the administration for demonstrations for the past few days, but they have not been allowed. In such cases, teachers / directors / students and parents will demonstrate at the Bhopal Collector’s Office and hand over a memorandum to the Chief Minister. If necessary, we will arrest you.

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