- Date of reopening the school has been declaired today in rajasthan.
- givind singh dotasra shared the information on their social handel.
Rajasthan government is all set to reopen the school and the date has been decided today Rajasthan Education Minister Govind Singh Dotasra said today that all schools are going to reopen from August 2, 2021.
The decision to reopen the schools in Rajasthan was taken in the Cabinet meeting conducted today and it is confirmed that schools are going to reopen soon.
Govind Singh Dotasra shared the Cabinet’s decision on his social media handle today. but the official statement is still awaited.
Also not defined that the order is to reopen for all schools or only for senior classes. It is expected that decision will also be for the reopening of schools and colleges as well as coaching institutes in Rajasthan.
it will be confirmed by the official release for which we are waiting.
The government had already shared that decision to reopen schools and colleges on basis of the status of the pandemic earlier.
The government also said that time that the decision of reopening of school will only be done when the cases of covid 19 will be decrees.
Last earlier days CM Ashok Gehlot Also said that the permission to reopen of coaching and institute will be given in August with some conditions. The official statement is still pending yet.
As Rajasthan is recorded a normal count in the covid case and decreasing in the number of cases day by day. A total of 22 cases were reported in Rajasthan on July 21, 2021.
And a piece of good news is that No deaths were reported yesterday and 55 recoveries were also reported, and the no of total cases in the state is 358.
So finely schools are going to reopen in Rajasthan. Many parents were waiting for the decision which has taken today.
Frequently Asked Questions:
- When will coaching institutes reopen in rajasthan 2021?
Answer: The Rajasthan government has announced all schools and other educational institutions in the state will reopen from August 2, 2021 amid an improvement in the overall situation of the coronavirus disease (Covid-19) pandemic. The decision was taken in a state cabinet meeting chaired by chief minister Ashok Gehlot on Thursday.
Any decision regarding reopening the coachings institute is not get taken yet.