Source: NDTV Education
Mumbai government has announced to reopen schools for Classes 8 to 12 from October 4. Schools will be required to adhere to all the Covid-19 protocols released by the government including social distancing, regular sanitization, wearing masks at all times, among others. Brihan Mumbai Municipal Corporation (BMC) Commissioner Iqbal Chahal told ANI that the decision for rest of the classes will be taken next month.
“We are reopening schools for classes 8th to 12 in Mumbai with effect from 4th Oct, and for the rest of the classes we will take a decision in November. All Covid-19 SoPs issued by the government will be implemented: BMC Commissioner Iqbal Chahal,” news agency ANI tweeted.
Schools in various states are now reopening in a phased manner. The District Disaster Management Authority (DDMA) has announced plans to reopen schools in Delhi after the festive season. As per the PTI report, the DDMA in its meeting on Wednesday decided to reopen schools for junior classes after the festival season, official sources said.