Schools In AP Reopens After Seven Months

Vastavam Web: Abiding the instruction issued by the Ministry of Home Affairs, the Andhra Pradesh government decided to allow the schools across the state to reopen from November 2, i.e, Today.

The schools which were forced to shut for over seven months due to the deadly outbreak of the virus were permitted to resume its operations. As the state government has decided to conduct the classes in a rotation manner, only the students of class 9th and 10th were asked to come to the schools, while only limited students were permitted.

Along with the schools, the junior colleges were also reopened in the state, while the classes will initially begin for the students of senior Intermediate. It is believed that the classes for the first year inter students will be started from the third week of November, while classes for students of 6th to 8th standards are expected to start from the fourth week of November. The government has directed all the students and teachers to compulsory wear face masks and follow physical distancing.