by NEWSNER , 2021-04-28 14:09:27
Given the “unprecedented surge” within the number of latest COVID-19 cases within the state, the Manipur government on Monday announced summer vacation for all schools under the state board and better secondary council from May Day to 31, 2021. All the govt, aided and personal schools affiliated to the Board of education Manipur and Council of upper education Manipur will remain closed for the whole month. during this regard, the varsity Education commissioner of Manipur, T Ranjit Singh released a politician notification on April 26.
Manipur Government has directed all heads of institutions—principals, vice-principals, headmaster, headmistress to rearrange for detailing a minimum of four to 5 staff members by making an appropriate daily roster of them (teaching and non-teaching). The order has further instructed authorities to make sure their attendance within the institutions and to render unavoidable official duties during the amount of vacation.
The official order also stated to make sure necessary arrangements for the commencement of online classes till summer vacation starts. “To make sure that necessary arrangement/preparations are made for commencement/resumption of online teaching/learning exercise on re-opening of classes of the summer vacation or until further order whichever is earlier.”
Several state governments including Delhi, Andhra Pradesh, Madhya Pradesh, Haryana, Rajasthan, Telangana, and West Bengal even have announced early summer vacation this year for his or her respective government and personal schools after considering the rising COVID-19 cases. Usually, most of the faculties in these states declare their summer vacation from May and continue till early July. Though, because the virus cases have surged within the states, their education departments have already announced summer vacations.
As of April 27, Manipur's COVID-19 tally has risen to 30,742 as 175 more people tested positive for the coronavirus while three new fatalities pushed the coronavirus price to 393 on Tuesday, a politician told