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NDTV: Schools in Madhya Pradesh will not open from July 1, the government decided on Monday. The schools were scheduled to open after summer vacations but the state government will take a decision in this regard after consultation with the Centre, other states and experts, Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan said on Monday. Chairing a meeting on the recommendations of ministers to prepare a strategy to fight COVID-19, Mr Chouhan said studies will continue through online mode and television broadcasts. Medical Education Minister Vishvas Kailash Sarang, Higher Education Minister Mohan Yadav, and School Education Minister Indersingh Parmar were present in the meeting. Vaccinating teachers and school staff on priority and holding training programmes on pandemic management are among measures suggested by the ministers. "Schools will not reopen in the state from July 1. Studies will continue through online platforms and TV broadcasts. The decision on opening schools will be taken after discussing with the Centre, other states and experts," the CM said. The admission process for graduation and post-graduation courses will be held in August, while the new session will begin from September, officials told PTI. They said the CM had directed that before the start of educational activities in colleges and universities, all students above the age of 18 must be vaccinated against COVID-19, and entry into the premises must be given only to those who have been inoculated. On June 23, a group of ministers met to discuss resumption of schools and colleges. However, it has now been decided that physical teaching learning activities will not resume from July 1.
NDTV: The Council for the Indian School Certificate Examinations (CISCE) has reduced the syllabus of Class 10 and Class 12 for the 2022 exams. Considering the struggle to cope with the disruption in educational activities brought about due to extended lockdowns in the country, CISCE, the board which conducts the ICSE Class 10th and ISC Class 12th annual exams, has reduced the syllabi of English and Indian Languages for ICSE and ISC 2022 exams. However, the council has also said that it is carrying out syllabus reduction in several other subjects at the ICSE and ISC levels, in consultation with its subject experts, without compromising on the quality of content. ..CISCE has initiated the process of syllabus review for various subjects at the ICSE and ISC levels specifically for Classes 10 and 12, for the Examination Year 2022, to identify portions of the syllabus which may be reduced, without compromising on the quality of content, said Gerry Arathoon, Chief Executive and Secretary, CISCE in a statement issued to the heads of all affiliated schools. Students can access the revised syllabus for the 2022 exams on the official website of CISCE -- cisce.org and check the Regulations and Syllabuses link under ICSE and ISC tabs. In the eventuality of the need for further reduction in the syllabus, it is imperative that the concerned subject teachers transact the syllabus strictly according to the sequence of topics given in the syllabus. This will ensure that all CISCE affiliated schools are broadly teaching the same topics at any given point of time as well as facilitate subsequent reduction in syllabus, if required, the CISCE statement added. The Council, this year, had to cancel the Class 10 and Class 12 exams in view of the pandemic and considering the safety of the students. CISCE will use internal assessment marks, past performance to arrive at the ICSE 10th and ISC 12th results.
NDTV : Wipros billionaire promoter Azim Premji said schools in India should be opened after vaccinating all teachers quickly as the loss of the last one and a half years is too big to ignore for school-going children. One needs time to recover from the loss of learning. If you keep promoting children to the next class, you are creating an enormous deficit that cannot be filled up, he said at an event organised by the Bombay Chartered Accountants Society. Schools across the country have been closed due to the pandemic and state governments have been wary of re-opening them, fearing for the safety of children. Premji said that children should be exposed to the real world of India inequitable distribution of income, injustice and indignity of millions to help grow a sense of humanness within them. Go out and engage with the real world. Get your hands dirty, see the problems all live with, and that will move you to do whatever you can, he said. The Wipro promoter added people needed to start giving back to society early. Just like you need to work on your physical fitness now rather than later, similarly, start work on your social fitness early. I wish I had started it much earlier. Premjis Foundation, set up in 2000, has been working with the elementary education system in rural government schools. He said that to ensure maximum reach, it was necessary to partner with the government and public systems. Public officials, he said, by and large have the right intention, incredible reach and unmatched resources, though they are often handicapped by lack of domain capability and bureaucratic processes.

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