All health and medical-related educational institutions in Karnataka can reopen with immediate effect, the Karnataka government announced on Friday, July 16. With this, all colleges dealing with medical, dental, AYUSH, nursing and other allied healthcare courses can resume physical classes.
Will colleges reopen in Karnataka?
High schools and pre-university colleges in Karnataka reopened Monday after nearly 18 months and students were back in government institutions even as some private schools remained shut. Students will be with friends and so mentally they are happy. This is real freedom for them.
Why is Karnataka reopening colleges?
As per government directions, schools have been reopened in taluks where COVID-19 positivity rate is below 2 per cent. Primary and Secondary Education Minister BC Nagesh said that the government decided to reopen schools after approval from the state’s technical advisory committee on COVID-19.
When colleges will open in Maharashtra?
Maharashtra deputy CM Ajit Pawar on Thursday said the decision to reopen colleges in the state may be taken after October 2 and schools after Diwali. As per the report by TOI, the deputy CM said that the decision for both colleges and schools will be taken depending on the Covid-19 situation in the state.
When the colleges will reopen in Karnataka 2021?
The government of Karnataka has made a big announcement regarding the reopening of schools in the state. Karnataka Chief Minister Basavaraj Bommai announced on Monday that the schools are set to reopen for the students of Classes 6 to 8 from September 6, 2021.
Will the colleges reopen?
Students in Mumbai will finally be able to attend physical classes from October 4. Maharashtra Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray recently gave the green signal for schools and junior colleges to reopen, with restrictions, from October 4 onwards.
Will colleges reopen in India?
According to the official order, “ Colleges and polytechnics are allowed to reopen for students with strict adherence of requisite social distancing norms, regular covid appropriate behavioural norms, the guidelines as indicated in the SOPs released by the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare and regular sanitisation