Bhopal: Schools in MP will remain closed for the time being. This was stated by The Minister of School Education (Independent Charge) and Minister in-charge of Betul district, Inder Singh Parmar. He has said that if the effect of Corona continues to increase in this way, then schools cannot be opened. The Minister in-charge had come to Betul to attend the flag hoisting ceremony. He said that the impact of the global pandemic Corona is increasing day by day in the entire state. The schools will be run in view of the impact of the corona virus. If the effect of Corona continues to increase in this way, then schools cannot be opened. If the corona virus is seen to be decreasing, then the opening of schools will be considered. I don't think schools will be able to open on or after 31st January.
Elaborating further, Parmar said that the state government is constantly monitoring the coronavirus. It will be reviewed and a decision will be taken according to whatever circumstances arise. If the students are facing any difficulties, then they should contact the teacher and meet them and remove their difficulties. Similarly, teachers should also be in the contact of the children through any medium so that studies are not disturbed. He said that in today's situation, not everyone can study online. This cannot happen at all in government schools. Online learning is a fun system. So, we have asked both the students and teachers to keep in touch with each other so that there is continuity of studies.
Let us tell you that in view of the increasing cases of Corona in the state, CM Shivraj Singh Chouhan had given instructions to close the schools from January 15. After which the school education department had stopped offline classes till January 31. Since then, online classes are being run. The coronavirus is spreading at a rapid pace in MP.