CM Shivraj Singh Chouhan discussing with students for educational support

Bhopal: Corona cases in Madhya Pradesh are continuously declining and schools have now opened. Let me tell all of you that schools of 11th and 12th standards are open in Madhya Pradesh from 26th July, with the commencement of classes 9th-10th from 5th August. Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan is now interacting virtually with the students today (July 31). Yes, recently, the CMO has tweeted and said, "Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan will hold virtual discussions with students from class I to XII of all government and non-government schools in the state in a "Student Dialogue" programme from 10 am today.''

 

 

According to reports, the "Student Dialogue" programme is being telecast live on various media including CM Madhya Pradesh, Facebook-Twitter page of Public Relations and School Education, DD Madhya Pradesh and local channels. Let us also tell all of you that closed schools are set to be reopened during the corona epidemic.

Schools have also been opened for classes XI and XII, but now schools are set to be opened for classes 9 and 10. In this regard, CM students are interacting through virtual programmes on 31st July and this dialogue will focus on increasing the strength of students in view of the opening of schools in adverse circumstances caused by the corona epidemic. As per the information received, all the officers of the Department are present in the NIC room of their district.

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