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Schools to reopen for Class 9, 10 and PUC students from Aug 23

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The Karnataka Chief Minister made the announcements after holding a high-level meeting on Friday. The Chief Minister announced that physical classes for the students of Classes 9, 10, 11 and 12 will begin from August 23 and classes will be held every alternate day, Karnataka Chief Minister Basavaraj Bommai announced.

The decision to open schools for primary students and students of Class 8 will be taken at the end of August, the Chief Minister’s office said. The Karnataka Chief Minister said he will be holding further discussions with government officials as well as experts on the reopening of schools.

At the meeting, it was decided to commence the 9th, 10th and PUC class from August 23rd and the end of August with regard to the opening of the primary school and 8th class, based on the state of Covid status.

The Tamarind tree so synonymous with St. Joseph’s Convent Belagavi
The Tamarind tree so synonymous with St. Joseph’s Convent Belagavi

Talking to reporters after the meeting, the chief minister said the students would be given a day-to-day class and official notification would be issued regarding the guidelines to be followed when starting schools.

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  1. What an idea sirji you will open the schools and collect the donation and close the schools once again by saying cases are increasing great hats off to you Bommai Sir

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  2. As I scroll down on this site today in the news section,I see a beautiful photo published herein, of the huge Tamarind Tree in the compound of the St. Joseph’s Girls’ Convent High School in Camp Belagavi. What a pleasing sight!! Let it(Tree) Be preserved for years to come. Similarly there used be in my school days of 1940 t0 1950’s, a beautiful May Flower tree in the far northern corner school ground of St. Paul’s High School,also in Camp Belagavi, which is not to be seen nowadays, either decayed or cleared in this school development work… Just reviwing old memories of Belagavi(Old Belgaum) !!!!!!!!!! Jan Mohamed Shaikh, ( Past Resident)

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  3. No need to open schools, life is more important than studies,they will take donation and close schools again.
    what an idea.

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