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Schools to re-open in July only if COVID-19 situation in state is under control


Team Udayavani, Jun 3, 2020, 1:14 PM IST

Bengaluru: The state Department of Primary and Secondary Education is likely to re-open re-open all schools in Karnataka from July 2020 considering the COVID-19 situation in Karnataka.

As per the sources discussions are going on for over the last two days that the government wants to declare the schools re-open after July 15.

Estimated dates to reopen schools:

Class 4th to 7th: July 1st
Class 1st to 3rd: July 15th
Class 8th to 10th: July 15th
Pre-primary: July 20th

However, if parents are not willing for the above-mentioned dates, they can suggest any other dates after consultation.

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