Tamil Nadu issues fresh guidelines for nursery classes, kindergarten & playschools

The Tamil Nadu government has issued an official order allowing nursery classes, kindergarten, and playschools to be reopened in the state in line with the earlier announcement on Covid-19 relaxations.

Staff ReporterUpdated: Tuesday, February 15, 2022, 06:35 PM IST
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The Tamil Nadu government has issued an official order allowing nursery classes, kindergarten, and playschools to be reopened in the state in line with the earlier announcement on Covid-19 relaxations. The government has issued fresh guidelines for these schools to resume.

Following are the guidelines for schools issued by the government of Karnataka:

1) Revised precautions

2) Modified timetable

3) Assessment

4) Emotional and mental health guidelines

School reopening guidelines were released by the Ministry of Education on Thursday, February 3, 2022. The guidelines have been prepared after consultation with states about the reopening of schools.

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