#Kolkata: Corona is growing across the country. The second wave of corona has already started in this state. The number of corona cases is also increasing in Kolkata. This time, with that in mind, the city is on the path of stopping physical classes in several private schools in Kolkata. In particular, the state school education department announced the start of classes from ninth to twelfth class on February 12. However, given the current Corona situation, no directive has yet been issued by the state to allow direct classes from Class IX to XII. But keeping in mind the current situation, a kind of self-motivated private school has decided to close classes in practice. Significantly, the list includes several private schools like Don Bosco, Sri Shikshayatan, Ruby Park Delhi Public School, Baliganj Shiksha Sadan, South Point.
Several school authorities have claimed that the decision was taken keeping in mind the corona infection so that the students of the school do not get infected. Speaking on the occasion, Shri Shikshayatan School Secretary Bratati Bhattacharya said, “We have banned the students from coming to the school for the time being keeping in view the rate at which the tax is not increasing. That is why this time we will take online classes instead of self-body classes. “On the other hand, the principal of Baliganj Shiksha Sadan, Sumita Sen, said, All exams will be taken online. ”South Point School has already decided to offer online classes from ninth to twelfth grade. The Delhi Public School Ruby Park Authority has followed the same path.
However, the private schools decided not to conduct physical classes one after the other. For the time being, the government schools have no choice. Headmasters of several government schools have said that since no guidelines have been issued by the state school education department, they have not been able to move towards a decision to close schools on their own. However, several government and government-sanctioned schools in Kolkata have reported coronary heart disease. However, the concerned district school inspector has instructed to give 15 consecutive days off to the schools from which such news has come. However, the state school education department has left it to the schools to decide on school holidays, according to department sources. But even though the schools have left the decision to the state government, since no guidelines have been issued by the state government so far, the headmasters of several government schools are in a dilemma.