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Decision of reopening of schools in November has been put on hold in Odisha

/20:Bhubaneswar:6/11 In view of the possibility of a second wave of COVID-19 during winter in Odisha, the decision of reopening of schools in November has been put on hold, informed School & Mass Education Minister Samir Ranjan Dash today.

Earlier, the State Government had announced that the classes of Class 9 to 12 will resume in November for which an SOP will be prepared by the School & Mass Education Department.

Recently, the minister had discussed with five stakeholders at a departmental meeting for the reopening of schools in November.

He had told media that the department will take a decision on the opening of schools after holding discussions with the district collectors and district education officers (DEOs).

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