The ICSE board wants to open schools in the state from January 4. Petition to bring 10th and 12th class students to school. Letters from the Chief Minister to the CEO of the Council. The decision to open the school has not been made yet, according to official sources. Schools in the state have been closed for more than six months due to the Corona crisis.
In the meantime, when the school will open or not, there have been various issues about it. Online reading is going on in the schools under the ICSE board.
It is not yet decided when the tenth and twelfth exams will be held. But not everything in higher classes is possible online. Many practical classes are needed for many subjects. That is virtually impossible.
So the CEO of the board has written to the chief ministers of all the states thinking that the students can come to the school and do those classes from next year. The letter also reached West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee. That is what has been said through sources.
School closed from March. If the school is not opened in this situation, the students may get into trouble. With that in mind, ICSE’s petition to the Chief Ministers. Although the ICSE board is in Delhi, it is not possible to open schools in the state without the permission of the state government.
Therefore, it is possible for them to move forward only after getting the green signal from Mamata Banerjee’s government. However, official sources said that the decision to open the school has not been taken yet. No decision has been taken yet to open a working school-college. Although the college is scheduled to open in December, it is not possible, the education ministry said.
Classes are not starting in the college university in 2020. Admission time has also been extended. On the other hand, no decision has been taken to open a state government school. Recently, Education Minister Perth Chatterjee said, the current situation, do not come back again.
Many states have reopened and closed schools. I am looking for a way to protect the interests of the students. Although ICSE, CBSE has online classes, it has not been fully implemented in government aided schools in the state. In this situation.