Primary schools in Maharashtra will reopen on December 1st.

Maharashtra cabinet approved a deadline for restarting physical education for classes 1-7 in the urban areas and 1-4 in the rural areas beginning December 1. For the first time since March 2020, schools for these students will open.

The Maharashtra cabinet approved a deadline for restarting physical education for classes 1-7 in the urban areas and 1-4 in the rural areas beginning December 1.For the first time since March 2020, schools for these students will open.The meeting was held online from his hospital bed, where Chief Minister Uddhav Thackeray, who underwent cervical spine surgery, accepted the proposal.Varsha Gaikwad, the education minister, said that in the next few days the state government will consult with all parties, including school administrators, parents, and even the pediatric task force to improve the normal operating procedures.

You successfully cast your voteLogin to view resultThis is the first time in almost two years that these students will be returning to the campus.We want them to feel comfortable and accustomed to physical education.Since the pediatric task force was of the opinion that children must adapt to the normal world or else they will drop out of the education system, we decided to provide schools for them as well, said Gaikwad.Offline classes for 8-12 students have already been offered by the state government in urban areas and 5-12 in rural areas.

The state should not need to tie reopening of schools with vaccination for children under the age of 18 according to the pediatric task force that approved the plan.A group of parents from Mumbai who had signed a petition online and written to CM Uddhav Thackeray, urging the state to open up schools for all levels, even pre-primary.We applaud the states' decision to open primary schools, but we also wish for the pre-primary schools to open up as well.The issue of SOPs should also be left to the school and the parents to iron out, said Gayatri Sabharwal, one of the petitioners.

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