Schools, Colleges in India can reopen from October 15 during a graded manner under Unlock 5.0 Guidelines. Final judgment to reopen, however, to be with the institute's management as per their assessment. Ministry of Home Affairs, Unlock 5.0 Guidelines has been released by MHA. Under the revised guidelines, the reopening of faculties and colleges in India is allowed from October 15 during a graded manner. the choice to reopen schools and colleges has got to be taken in consultation with the school’s/ institution’s management after assessing things. Attendance isn't mandatory in schools.
As for colleges, the Department of upper Education, Ministry of Education has been given permission to require the choice of the reopening of colleges/ Higher Educational Institutions or HEIs. the choice for colleges also has got to be taken after assessing the bottom situation."For all other education institutions e.g. state universities, private universities, etc., they'll open only for research scholars (Ph.D.) and postgraduate students in the science and technology stream requiring laboratory/experimental works as per decision to be taken by the respective state/UT governments," the center said. For both schools and colleges, online learning would still be the well-liked mode of teaching and to be encouraged. Attendance must not be mandatory (voluntary) and must depend entirely on parental consent, and states and UT will make their own standard operating procedures on health and safety precautions before reopening schools and colleges. In containment, zones schools would still remain closed.
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