In the wake of the Coronavirus situation in the state, the Andhra Pradesh government led by Chief Minister YS Jagan Mohan Reddy took a crucial decision on the reopening of schools.
The schools will be reopened in the state on November 2. However, classes for the students will be taken on alternative days. Classes for 1,3,5 and 7 standard students will be conducted on one day.
While the students of 2,4,6,8 standards will have classes on one day so that the attendance in the schools can be cut short. Based on the size of the students the classes would be held for three days.
The schools will function half-day in November month entirely. Based on the situation, the same would be applied to December too. Online classes will be held for students who miss school.
Schools across the state were reopening after a long period of over seven months. Following the Covbid-19 outbreak, the educational institutions were forced to shut down.