Education Minister Partha Chatterjee made a big statement, says 'All schools will remain closed'

Amid the Corona transition, state education minister Partha Chatterjee said that as per the instructions of Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee, it has been decided to keep all schools in the state closed in July. The Education Minister said that the Chief Minister had made the request himself. At the same time, the Chief Minister also appealed not to increase the fees in private schools. The Education Department has also given a written order. Despite this, we are receiving complaints from many places. We will again request all those schools not to increase the fees this year. The schools that have increased the fees, withdraw it. Two days ago, Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee indicated that schools may be closed in July.

In his statement, he said that students' learning is being affected. Everyone will have to pay attention to that side too. We have decided to keep the schools closed till June 30, I think it can go till July. Along with this, the Chief Minister had requested private schools that please do not increase school fees this year.

Apart from this, Education Minister Partha Chatterjee also informed that the Vice Chancellors of all the universities of the state have put forward a proposal on the modalities for conducting the last semester examination in view of the covid-19 scenario. He said that Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee will take the final decision on this issue. At the same, Chatterjee said that all stakeholders are of the opinion that there can be no compromise with the health and safety of students, teachers and non-teaching staff. He said that the Education Department will further issue an advisory for universities and affiliated colleges on this subject, but it will not interfere with their academic autonomy.

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