Saturday 20 June 2020

Schools and colleges to open from August 15, Minister of Human Resources gave information

Due to the increase in the number of Corona patients in the country, schools, colleges are now set to open in August instead of July. Human Resource Development Minister Ramesh Pokhriyal Nishank said that care is being taken to ensure that the education of 33 crore students is not affected. At the same time, he said that it is also necessary to protect students from this virus. Students and parents were worried about the board, JEE Main and NEET, so the examinations will be completed first with the lockdown over.

 Nishank said that when educational institutions open up, social distance has to be taken care of. NCERT and UGC have prepared safety guidelines for this. Everything will change after the institution opens. Students teachers will have to learn to sit in the classroom anew. Preparations are being done on a large scale for this.

 Emphasis on online class:

 Nishank said that online classes are being studied through radio, TV and internet. Preparations are underway to strengthen the online platform. They have been connected through TV, radio to reach online classes to every student in rural areas.

 Hotel management postponed to 22 June:

 On the instructions of the Minister of Human Resource Development, the National Testing Agency has postponed the joint entrance examination of the National Council for Hotel Management to be held on 22 June. Nishank has decided to postpone the examination on the demand of the students. Even before this examination has been postponed to 25 April. Nishank said that students will be given full time to prepare before the announcement of the new date of the exam. All hotel management institutes enroll on the basis of this examination.

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