School Closure 2022: Gujarat, Mumbai & Delhi; check state-wise updates.

School Closure 2022: Gujarat, Mumbai & Delhi; check state-wise updates
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New Delhi: School Closure 2022: Several states have ordered the closure of their schools, colleges, and educational institutions. This is because of the significant rise of Covid-19 cases across the country. Bihar’s schools and educational institutions will be closed till January 21. Assam’s schools will be closed until January 30. In Odisha, schools and colleges will be closed until February 1. 

Meanwhile, the Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) and the Council for the Indian School Certificate Examinations (CISCE) have agreed to release term one results by the end of January. The Class 10, 12 scorecards will be accessible to download from the official websites cbse.gov.in and cbseresults.nic.in after they are announced. 

Check for updates on state-by-state school and college closures in the wake of the Covid crisis, as well as the status of CBSE and ICSE term one result dates. 

News about UP Schools Closing 

UP School Closure: In response to the increasing rise in COVID-19 cases, the Uttar Pradesh government on Tuesday ordered the closure of all schools up to Class 10 till January 15. They also announced a two-hour extension of the night curfew. 

News of a Pune School Closure 

Due to an increase in COVID-19 instances, Maharashtra Deputy Chief Minister Ajit Pawar said that the administration has decided to close schools in the Pune district for Classes 1 to 8 until January 30. 

Quarantine Leave for Teaching and Non-Teaching Staff in West Bengal 

The West Bengal Education Department will give quarantine leave to teaching and non-teaching personnel at schools, colleges, and universities in the wake of the Covid concern.

Latest CBSE News 

CBSE Term 2 Exams: CBSE has issued a warning to students against false information about the term 2 test pattern. The board further recommended students and parents only visit the official website cbse.gov.in for the most up-to-date and accurate information on term two board examinations, including exam patterns and result dates. 

Closings in Karnataka Schools and Colleges 

In Bengaluru, the Karnataka government has planned to close schools and pre-university colleges for two weeks, save for students in the 10th and 12th grades. 

When Will The CBSE Class 10 Result Announce? 

There is currently no official word on when the CBSE Class 10 results will be released. However, CBSE anticipated revealing the Class 10, 12 terms one results by the end of January. The Class 10, 12 scorecards will be accessible for download on the official websites — cbse.gov.in and cbseresults. nic. in — after they announced. On the other hand, the board will not disclose the outcomes of term one as pass, fail, or essential repeat. 

The deadline for submitting applications for the IGNOU PhD entrance exam has been extended. 

The deadline for submitting online applications for the PhD admission test at Indira Gandhi National Open University (IGNOU) has been extended. Previously, the deadline to apply for the PhD entrance test for the IGNOU session in July 2021 was January 8. The application site for the PhD entrance test will now end on January 14, 2022. 

However, the deadline for completing an online fee transaction is January 15 (11:50 pm). Online applications are available at ignou.nta.ac.in. The IGNOU online PhD entrance test application date has been extended the SECOND TIME. The National Testing Agency (NTA) will administer the admission exam. 

Bihar Board Class 10 Admit Card 2022 has been released by the BSEB. 

Admit cards for the Class 10 board examinations in 2022 have been announced by the Bihar School Education Board (BSEB). It is important to note that the admission card is just for practical tests and not final exams. Candidates taking the BSEB Matric test may get their admit cards by going to the official website secondary.biharboardonline.com. 

The BSEB has announced that the class 10 practical examinations will be taken between January 20 and 22, while the class 10 theoretical exams will be between February 17 and 24. 

Colleges in Odisha Have Closed 

“With effect from January 10, all colleges, universities, and technical educational institutions under the supervision of the Odisha government (other than medical colleges and nursing schools) must stay closed,” according to an official statement. 

Jharkhand School Closing News 

Jharkhand Lockdown News: Jharkhand’s schools, colleges, coaching institutes, and other educational institutions would shutter till January 15, according to the state administration. 

Assam School Closing News

Schools in Assam have been closed up to class 5 and in Guwahati, schools have been closed up to class 8. 

Assam’s Night Curfew: As part of the new COVID-19 regulations, the Assam government has chosen to close schools in the state up to Class 5 and up to Class 8 in Guwahati, the state capital. 

Mizoram closes schools and colleges due to an increase in COVID cases. 

According to the revised COVID-19 rules announced on Friday, schools in Mizoram will be closed for students in grades 1 to 9 and class 11 due to increased coronavirus infections. According to the statement, the school’s hostels will also be closed, and students will do lessons entirely online. According to the report, colleges, institutes of higher education, and universities across the state would also shutter. 

Schools and hostels, on the other hand, would stay open for students in grades 10 and 12 who are taking their board exams this year, according to the statement. Classes will be held online at all colleges, institutes of higher education, and universities.

Here’s How Covid’s Vaccination Drive Would Improve “Students’ Mental Health” 

According to Abhishek Gupta, CEO and Founder, High School Moms and INACE, the significant impact on kids’ mental health due to being restricted to their houses and unable to visit their friends is a worry that the Covid immunisation programme will address. 

“In my perspective, the COVID-19 immunisation push for beneficiaries aged 15 to 18 is a great move since children will now able to return to class, which will help them restore a feeling of normality.” Mr Gupta stated that “online lessons lead pupils to get drowsy and have a bad influence on their interpersonal skills,” adding that individuals who wish to travel overseas will gain from this. 

The CBSE has asked school administrators to encourage parents to vaccinate their children.The CBSE has encouraged CBSE affiliated school heads to encourage parents, teachers, and employees to have their students between the ages of 15 and 18 vaccinated against Covid as soon as feasible. 

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