Madhya Pradesh: Two-month summer holiday declared in government schools from April 15 to June 13

The Shivraj Singh government in the state had postponed the board examinations the previous day due to the corona epidemic. Now, all government and granted schools from class I to VIII have been declared as two months summer vacation from April 15 to June 13, 2021.

In view of the increasing number of cases of coronavirus infection in Madhya Pradesh, the state government has declared the summer holiday, two months from today, in all government schools from class I to VIII.

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State Minister of State for School Education (Independent Charge) and General Administration Inder Singh Parmar said that summer vacation has been declared from 15th April to 13th June 2021 for all government and aided schools in the state from class I to VIII.

All government and private hostels also closed

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At the same time, classes from class I to VIII in private schools will not be conducted directly till April 30, 2021, he informed. Online teaching of these classes will continue.

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Parmar said all government and private hostels in the state have also been closed with immediate effect. He said the decision has been taken keeping in view the current coronavirus epidemic situation and the safety and health of school students.

MP Board examinations will be held as per the directions of the concerned Board

He informed that guidelines in this regard have been issued by the Department of School Education to all District Collectors, District Education Officers, District Project Coordinators and Principals. All government teachers working in the school will necessarily appear on duty for supervision or other government work during the board examination.

The direction issued clarifies that board examinations will be conducted as per the directions of the concerned Board, Board of Secondary Education, CBSE, ICSE etc.

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