Classes will not open till 5th in MP this year: Parmar
BHOPAL [Maha Media]: Due to increase in cases of Corona in Madhya Pradesh this year will also affect the education of children. This year, classes up to 5th will not open. In a special conversation with Dainik Bhaskar, School Education Minister Inder Singh Parmar said this. He said that this decision has been taken in view of the growing case of Corona. At the same time, the class from 6th to 8th will also be decided soon.
Cases are increasing continuously in the state, while Bhopal and Indore have more impact. Looking at it, we are reviewing it every week. On the basis of this, a decision will be taken to open a big class, but the class of young children will not be opened yet.
The minister said that the conduct of examinations is the first priority. Guidelines for both government and private schools continue. As far as the exams of class 10th and 12th are concerned, they will be online only.
It is a question of his future. However, private schools have been allowed to conduct examinations and other class examinations both online and offline. They can make decisions by following their facility and guide line. It will be considered to start the new semester only after the examinations are held.
Minister Parmar said that till now there was no directive or law to curb private schools. Now the schools will not be able to take arbitrary fees as per the new provisions. If a school wants to increase fees, it must first get permission from the government. For this, he will have to give a reason for increasing the fees. As far as the course is concerned, the government is working on it as well.