Schools from 6th to 8th will open in Bihar from February 8, 50% students will be allowed to come

Patna: Now in Bihar, children from sixth to eighth will be able to go to school. This decision has been taken in the meeting of Bihar Crisis Management Group. From 8 February, the government has lifted the ban on schooling for children from VI to VIII. Today it has been decided in the meeting of the Crisis Management Group chaired by the Chief Secretary.

All corona protocols have to be followed as soon as the school opens. Under this, only fifty percent children are allowed to come to school together. Let us say that earlier fifty percent teachers were ordered to come to school, but now all teachers will come to school and children from class VI to VIII will come at one day interval. Fifty percent children will go to school in a day.

Let us tell you that before this, on January 4, schools and colleges from class 9 to above were opened. After the opening of big classes, the demand for starting small classes was intensified. After this, in the meeting of Crisis Management Group, it has been decided to open schools from VI to VIII.

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