The Rajasthan government is likely to reopen 1-8 classrooms after Diwali

The Rajasthan government is likely to reopen 1-8 classrooms after Diwali

The Rajasthan government is likely to reopen 1-8 classrooms after Diwali: Rajasthan was expected to open schools for 1-8 classes after its neighboring provinces including Uttar Pradesh and Punjab opened schools after cases of the COVID-19 virus dropped but not here.

Although 9-12 classrooms have been reopened from September 1, it is possible that the Rajasthan government will only reopen 1-8 classrooms after Diwali.

According to reports, after taking adequate feedback from other provinces, the Department of Education has submitted proposals to the national government to open schools in the state. Once the application is approved, the Department of Education will issue guidelines for the opening of 1-8 classrooms. Meanwhile, several competitive tests were conducted in the province in September as SI including PTET, D.El.Ed conducted while state-of-the-art state tests including RPVT, Agricultural Superintendent, College Lecturer, REET are yet to be held.

About 25 candidates will register for REET nationwide on September 26. During the competition, it is difficult for the state to open schools because it will be difficult to manage everything in the midst of the epidemic. Once the competition tests are over, the government has a chance to open schools after Diwali which will also reduce the festival race which makes it safer for children more .

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