After remaining shut for months due to coronavirus-induced curbs, schools reopened for Class 12 students in Madhya Pradesh on Monday as per COVID-19 protocols though with lower attendance, but several private schools did not resume offline sessions.
On the first day, attendance in classes was thin due to COVID-19, whose cases have dropped significantly in the state, but the disease is still lurking around, according to some parents whose children went to schools. Many private schools affiliated to the CBSE did not open for offline study sessions, citing different reasons.
However, schools affiliated to the Madhya Pradesh Board of Secondary Education (MPBSE) reopened for students of Class 12. There are more than 47,000 private schools in Madhya Pradesh. At some schools, no student turned up. At few, one, five or ten came, MP Private Schools Association (MPBSE) President Ajeet Singh said.
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