The schools and colleges of Karnataka will not open in the last month of 2020. The information is confirmed by the officials of the state. S.Suresh Kumar who is the Primary and Secondary Education Minister meets B.S. Yediyurappa, the Chief Minister and in that particular meeting they took this decision for the welfare of the and the students as well of Karnataka.
After the conference they shared this information that they department has decided that the schools and colleges will not open in the Month of December. He added that the State Technical Advisory Committee will have a meeting again in the third week of December and at that time they will decide that when the schools and colleges will reopen.
There is a teaching programme in the state of Karnataka named “Vidyagama programme” where the teachers use to go to the neighbourhoods of students from government schools and take classes there itself. But S.S Kumar said that these classes will also not conduct.
The Vidyagama programme was stopped in the month of October just there was information that the students who have attended the classes they are tested positive and that is why in the month of October only they stopped this programme.
Mr. Kumar said that although will not be able to meet the students physically but the classes will be taken on online mode. Teachers will be conducting their sessions on video and that will be provided to the students via youtube or whatsapp. there will not be any bad effect on the study of the Students.
The committee of Karnataka said that in this condition the students should not out of this house and they should take care of themselves so that they will be able keep them self safe and stay away from the virus.