AP CM YS Jagan Mohan Reddy took a crucial decision on the re-opening of the schools in Andhra Pradesh. Previously, it was reported that the YSRCP supremo was being itched to open the schools on some auspicious dates but that didn’t go well due to some unavoidable circumstances. Now, the AP government has decided to open the schools showing the utmost courage in these COVID times.
As we know, all of the students’ studies were halted due to the corona blow. Seven months have passed since the closure of schools and colleges. Still, the corona grew unabated. With this, there is a serious concern among the parents about the students’ studies this year. It was in this context that AP CM Jagan took a key decision on schools.
CM Jagan on Tuesday took a key decision to reopen closed schools in AP in the wake of Corona. Schools will open on November 2, he said. Jagan clarified that 1, 3, 5, 7 classes will be conducted on one day and 2, 4, 6, 8 classes on another day. He said classes would be held for three days if the number of students was more than 750. He said that the schools will operate until noon.
CM Jagan said the decision would be taken in December depending on the situation. If parents are not willing to send students to school, CM Jagan revealed that online classes will be conducted. The AP government will have to wait and see if the students will come to schools beyond the corona.