- Big decision of Rajasthan government.
- For the first time, schools will open in mid-term holidays.
- Schools will remain closed for a few days.
Actually, there are 10 to 15 days of mid-term holidays in schools around Diwali, but this year students will study. The Rajasthan Board and the state government have taken this decision to compensate for the loss of studies due to the COVID-19 pandemic. In the notice issued by the state education department, it has been said that students are already lagging behind in the syllabus due to corona virus.
Schools will open in mid-term for the first time
This decision has been taken to minimize the loss to the students due to the closure of schools during the pandemic. This will be the first time that there will be no mid-term holidays in government and private schools in the state. Generally, there are 10 days holiday in schools during this period, which lasts from 3 to 13 November.
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Schools will reopen in September
Let us inform that, after the cases of corona virus (covid-19) epidemic subsided, schools from classes 6 to 12 were opened in early September while schools from classes 1 to 5 were opened from September 29, 2021. Offline classes are going on in the school again following the COVID-19 precautions and guidelines.
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Know when the holidays will be
As per the official holiday calendar of Rajasthan, Diwali holidays are from November 4, 2021 to November 7, 2021. According to the Government of India, Govardhan Puja and Bhai Dooj are not gazetted holidays, so offline classes will continue in schools on these festivals.