The State Government of Andhra Pradesh has given permission to reopen a limited number of educational institutions across the state from 21st September 2020. On Monday i.e., on 7th September, the Government has issued necessary guidelines as part of the ‘Unlock IV’. The Government said that starting from 21st September, the classes for the students of 9th, 10th and Intermediate can be organized.
As per the instructions, the students can attend the school only after seeking their parents’ permission. Moreover, each student should bring a letter of permission from their parents before attending the classes. Apart from the 9th, 10th and intermediate students, the candidates pursuing various Post Graduate courses alongside Ph.D. research scholars can attend the classes, according to the recently issued guidelines by the state government.
As part of the Unlock IV rules, people can organize educational, cultural, and political meetings with about 100 participants. However, as per the Central Government’s directives, the entertainment elements and cinema halls will remain shut. As per the guidelines of the Government, the open-air theaters can be operated. Besides opening limited educational institutions, the unlock 4 guidelines also include the commencement of metro rail services from 7th September.
Considering the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic across the nation, the Government has been gradually lifting the unlock rules in various sectors. In some of the states, the concerned authorities have already commenced conducting university-level exams for its students. It is known that NTA has started conducting the JEE Main 2020 exam starting 1st September 2020. Despite the spread of the coronavirus pandemic, people have started leading their lives like before by following proper precautionary measures. Stay tuned to this website to get the latest educational news such as the exams, results, and more.