Home Ministry has held back the reopening of the school -colleges – Schools and colleges across the country were closed about two months ago due to the lockdown implemented due to Coronavirus in India. Meanwhile, news has also surfaced that the school is constantly being considered for opening and a final decision will be taken soon. It was also revealed that schools in Green and Orange zones could be opened by July. But in the midst of all this, the Home Ministry has cleared the situation regarding the reopening of schools and colleges.
Speculation break – Reopening of school-college
The Union Home Ministry on Tuesday night made it clear that no decision has been taken on opening of schools and colleges and there is still a ban on opening of all educational institutions across the country. After this statement of the Home Ministry, the speculation has come to a halt, in which soon there were talk of opening schools and colleges in different parts of the country.
Home Ministry has not given permission to open school-college
In fact, there was a report in a section of the media that the Ministry has given permission to open schools in all the states, after which this statement was issued by the Home Ministry spokesperson. A Home Ministry spokesman tweeted, “The Union Home Ministry has not taken any such decision. Opening of all educational institutions across the country is still prohibited. ”Let us know that all educational institutions are closed since mid-March to prevent the spread of Coronavirus infection.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi had announced on March 24 to declare a 21-day lockdown in the country. After this the first lockdown was extended till 3 May and then by 17 May. Later its duration was extended to 31 May. More than 1.25 lakh people have been infected in India due to the corona virus epidemic that emerged from Wuhan city of China.