(Kajal Singh journalist); Unlock 2.0 Guidelines: Unlock One is ending from today i.e. June 30 across the country. With this ending, the Ministry of Home Affairs has released new guidelines for Unlock 2. Under this, it has been said that all schools and colleges will remain closed until 31 July. According to the official notification issued in this regard, all schools, colleges, educational institutions, coaching centers will remain closed till 31 July. In addition, distance learning and online studies will continue. These should be promoted. However, the training institute has been allowed to open by the central and state government.
The Ministry of Home Affairs has given permission to open Central and State Government training institutes from July 15, 2020, in the Unlock 2.0 guidelines. At the same time, according to the UGC guidelines, the new session is expected to start from August 1, 2020. Along with this, the new session is going to start from September 1, 2020, for the students who enroll in graduation this year. At the same time, online classes are already being conducted in schools across the country. Although this is not possible everywhere.
This decision of the central government has brought great relief to the parents and students across the country, as the cases of coronavirus infection are increasing every day. Now in such a situation, most of the parents want that schools and colleges are not opened yet. Therefore, this decision of the government has given relief to the people.
Let us know that since the outbreak of the coronavirus in March, the entire country was locked. Along with this, all the educational institutions including school-colleges were closed. Under this, schools and colleges have been closed for more than two months. However, online classes are being taken during this time. But this has also become a challenge due to internet connectivity and not having this tool available to everyone.