The Corona epidemic has the greatest impact on children as education. Initiatives were taken to open schools that had been closed since last year, but the coronavirus caused a reversal that the bus was closed again. Today the situation is that most of the state boards including CBSE have canceled the examinations. Children from small classes have been promoted to the next class without examination. The latest news is from the ICSE Board also the 10th examinations have been canceled. This decision has been taken in view of the frightening situation of Corona in the country. Meanwhile, summer vacations have already started in schools.
The Andhra Pradesh government has announced a summer vacation with immediate effect. That is, the summer holidays of first to ninth grade have started from Tuesday itself. This decision has been taken to prevent corona infection, which will apply to all schools. Earlier, various state governments including Delhi, West Bengal, Madhya Pradesh have also announced their school vacations.
In view of increasing cases of coronavirus infection in Madhya Pradesh, the state government has announced a 2-month summer vacation in all government schools from first to eighth grade. All schools in Gujarat are closed till 30 April. Bihar Chief Minister Nitish Kumar has announced that schools, colleges, and other educational institutions in Bihar will remain closed till May 15.
Similarly, all colleges and universities in Haryana will remain closed till April 30. The schools are also closed till April 30 for students from classes 1st to 9th. Schools in Odisha are closed from April 19 until further orders. All schools and colleges in Uttar Pradesh are closed till May 15.
Cases are also increasing rapidly in Bengal. In view of this, the Mamta Banerjee government has decided to close the school till further orders. This holiday came into effect from April 20. The Rajasthan government has announced a lockdown for 15 days in the state and ordered the closure of all educational institutions from April 19 to May 3.