School Reopening Update: Schools in Green & Orange Zones Likely to Reopen, Might Follow the Odd-Even System, Regular Classes for 8th to 12th Students - NCERT & MHRD Together Chalking out Strategy

Wondering about CBSE School Reopening dates? As per the latest updates, MHRD & NCERT are working together to chalk out a strategy to open the schools after the lockdown in an odd-even manner. As per the media reports, CBSE schools might reopen with 30% to 50% attendance and that too for Class 8th to 12th so that physical distancing norms can be followed easily. MHRD after consultation with other ministries might soon announce guidelines for schools of CBSE & other boards. A teachers training module is also expected to be included with the guidelines.

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School to reopen zone-wise:

As per the media reports, the schools will reopen zone-wise. Schools in green and orange zones are expected to be opened first. Schools might open in the month of July and no particular date is announced yet for reopening of CBSE Schools.

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Regular classes for 8th to 12th students: Odd-Even System Might Be Followed

Reports also suggest that after the reopening of schools, regular classes for 8th to 12th might be conducted with 30% to 50% attendance. Students of the rest of the classes will attend classes online from their home.

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Teachers to get training:

Teachers might get training before classes will begin. MHRD might release a teacher's training module with all the guidelines. To ensure all social distancing norms are being followed, schools might also provide necessary training to teachers. 

Syllabus might be reduced:

HRD Minister during an online session already informed that CBSE is assessing the situation and course committees have begun work on the reduced syllabus in various scenarios.

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