New Delhi The pace of Corona virus infection in the country is constantly increasing, due to which the concern of the Central and State Governments is also not being reduced. State governments have also implemented lockdowns in several major cities to reduce the pace of infection. In Uttar Pradesh, the largest state of the country, the situation is becoming increasingly uncontrollable.
The Uttar Pradesh government on Saturday has again issued a big order regarding educational institutions. The state government has ordered the closure of all educational institutions in the state till May 10. According to the directive issued by the Chief Minister’s Office, all government and private schools and coaching institutes from class 1 to 12 will remain closed till May 10.
There will also be a ban on conducting online classes during this period. Earlier, the government had ordered the closure of educational institutions in the state by 30 April, which has now been extended to 10 May.
In view of Kovid transition, all schools from class 01 to class 12 should be kept on leave till May 10. Coaching institutions will also be closed and online classes should also be postponed.
Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath said, “In view of Covid-19, all schools from class 1 to class 12 will be closed till May 10. During this time coaching institutes will also be closed and online classes will also be suspended.
Earlier, the Uttar Pradesh government has also allowed teachers of government schools across the state to work from home till May 20. The order was announced by Uttar Pradesh Basic Education Minister Satish Dwivedi.
He said through the tweet, “In view of the current status of Covid-19, all the teachers of Kasturba Gandhi Balika Vidyalaya will be allowed to work from home till May 20, 2021.” The state government has also postponed all university and college examinations till May 15.