Karnataka government selected Monday to not open schools in December in sight of things of Covid-19. A high level meeting was held under the chairmanship of Chief Minister BS Yeddyurappa regarding the reopening of faculties . It had been decided that a gathering are going to be held again within the third week of December and a choice are going to be taken on further steps during this regard.
Yeddyurappa said, "It was the opinion of all the tutorial experts, health department that a choice should be taken within the end of December to open schools and intermediate colleges." are often " this is often not the proper time because the cases of Kovid-19 are increasing and students can be suffering from this. ”Schools are closed since the national lockdown was implemented in March. The Chief Minister said that degree and engineering colleges were opened on November 17, but even five percent of the scholars aren't coming within the class.
Earlier, the Technical Consultative Committee for covid-19 in Karnataka had recommended the government to not open schools in December. The Technical Advisory Committee (TAC) meeting on covid-19 on Sunday said, "After extensive deliberations, it had been unanimously decided to not recommend opening of faculties in December".
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