Rajasthan schools reopening has been postponed. Decision on reopening will be taken in next week by the state government.
Rajasthan State Education Minister Govind Singh Dotasra while announcing the Class 12 results on Saturday said that the decision on school reopening in the state will be taken in the next two to three days. The decision on the date of reopening will be taken by Chief Minister, Ashok Gehlot soon.
The state government after discussing all the aspects in the meeting of the cabinet committee decided to postpone the reopening of schools till further notice. Earlier the state government had decided to reopen the schools from August 2, 2021.
Govind Singh Dotasra shared a tweet in this regard. He wrote, “After discussing all the aspects in the meeting of the Cabinet Committee constituted to prepare a detailed SOP regarding the opening of the school, the Chief Minister @ashokgehlot51 will decide on the date and nature of the school opening. Both the safety and education of the children are in the priority of our government.”
The decision on reopening of the schools will be taken after detailed Standard Operating Procedures are prepared by the committee. All the SOPs will have to be maintained by the schools in the state that may include wearing of masks, maintaining social distancing, thermal scanning and use of sanitizers.