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Schools that fail to meet the rules and regulations of the State Government will now face legal action

Schools that fail to meet the rules and regulations of the State Government will now face legal action

S Suresh Kumar, Minister of Primary and Secondary Education in Karnataka, has recently issued a circular for all the schools in the district that strict action will be taken against educational institutions that have reopened their classes 1 to 5. The government had previously announced that schools are not supposed to take in-person classes for primary students, and in the latest circular, it was mentioned that legal action would be taken against the educational institutions that fail to meet the specified rules. As per the government announcement, only classes above sixth grade and above are allowed for in-person learning.

But recent reports suggest that most of the schools have reopened classes for 1 to 5 with no proper authorization. From January, classes were started for 10 and 12 classes, while later it was decided by the government that even classes for 6 to 8 can resume for every school in the state except Bengaluru city and schools near the Karnataka-Kerala border. Some child rights activists have earlier tried to protest to reopen schools for every class, but the government of Karnataka stood by its decision. This latest announcement has come just a few days before the third court hearing on a case filed on why classes are closed for students in classes 1 to 5.

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