Source: Hindustan Times
In Rajasthan, all educational institutions i.e schools, colleges, universities, and training centres, can open up from January 18th, 2020 after a gap of nine months due to covid-19. After holding a gathering with officers on Tuesday the decision was taken by Chief Minister Ashok Gehlot.
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Keeping in mind the falling covid-19 cases in Rajasthan, classes from 9-12, final year batches of the university, coaching institutes, and government coaching centres are directed to be opened from January 18th. From January eleven dental school, medical school, nursing school, and the paramedical school also will be reopening under precautions.
The schools must follow strict rules as set by the government. As per norms, 50% of students can come on one day and the remaining can come back on a successive day.
Gehlot declared that the state of coronavirus in Rajasthan is “well controlled with wonderful management and cooperation of the people.” He stated that the recovery rate has up to an incomparable high of 96.31 per cent. This made them decide on reopening schools and universities.