Central government gave these orders to states on opening of schools
Central government gave these orders to states on opening of schools

New Delhi: The outbreak of the corona epidemic continues in the country, meanwhile, in view of the large scale completion of vaccination of teachers and other staff and the shortage in the third wave of the corona, the Centre has asked the states to take a decision on opening schools. Sweety Changsan, Joint Secretary, Ministry of Education said that the guidelines in this regard have already been amended after consultations with the States. Niti Aayog member and head of the task force on vaccination, Dr V.K. Pal said that the Centre only wants that corona rules should be ensured in case of opening of schools.

According to Sweety Changsan, more than 95 per cent of school teachers and other staff in India have been fully vaccinated. According to her, the new guidelines issued after consultations with the states have removed the requirement of parental approval for the physical presence of students in the school. Now, the state government and the local administration have been allowed to take a decision in this regard. She clarified that as per the new guidelines, the state government and the local administration are free to take a decision to open schools.

Stressing on the need to open schools, Dr V.K. Pal said that due to Corona, there has been a lot of loss of education of children. It's a matter of trouble for the whole country. He said that it was not possible to open schools without vaccination earlier, but now due to the vaccination of most of the teachers and staff, schools can be opened.

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