The subsequent choice on reopening can be taken within the third week of December after the State technical advisory committee meets once more
Schools and pre-university faculties is not going to reopen in Karnataka in December.
Speaking at a press convention on Monday after a gathering with Chief Minister BS Yediyurappa, Primary and Secondary Education Minister S. Suresh Kumar mentioned that the division had taken this choice within the curiosity of scholars.
He mentioned that the subsequent choice on reopening can be taken within the third week of December after the State Technical Advisory Committee meets once more. Mr. Kumar additionally mentioned that the Vidyagama programme the place lecturers would go to neighborhoods of scholars from authorities faculties and conduct lessons, would additionally not be carried out. This program was stopped in October after it was reported that college students who had attended these lessons had contracted the virus.
Mr. Kumar nonetheless has agreed out saying a zero tutorial 12 months and mentioned that educating and studying can be carried out by means of different means. “Teachers are organized lessons on YouTube, Whatsapp and other online means. This will continue, ”he mentioned. In addition to those, televised lessons are being carried out on DD Chandana.
The COVID-19 Technical Advisory Committee had advisable not reopening faculties in December. The committee headed by MK Sudarshan met on Sunday and visited that it was not advisable to reopen faculties within the state earlier than the variety of COVID-19 circumstances have been introduced beneath management.