The Chief Minister informed about the school opening from November 2 and how the school is opening in New Normal

The school was allowed to open in September after the lockdown was announced in Corona. But schools have not yet opened in several states. Classes are running online. Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister YS Jagan Mohan Reddy has announced that the school will be open from November 2. He said this in a video conference, adding that every class of students will have to go to school and the school will run according to the new rules in New Normal.

Chief Minister YS Jagan Mohan Reddy said that schools in Andhra Pradesh will run on odd rules. In other words, the odd class will be closed on the day of the even number class. In other words, classes like 8, 9 and 11 will be closed on the day of 8th and 10th classes. As a result, every student will stay at home the day after going to school.

In addition, if there are more than 650 students, the school will sit three days a week. Mid-day meals have also been announced in each school. Even if the school opens in November, new decisions may have to be made in December, judging by the situation. However, if a student does not want to go to school because of Corona, he can take classes online.

On the other hand, the school may open in the first week of November in this state. According to bKash Bhaban sources, state schools are not opening in October. The state is moving forward with bird's eye view in the first week of November after Pujo. However, no final decision has been made yet. Schools will probably open from the first week of November. The state is already sending instructions to the schools on what to follow when opening a school.