Latest Education News: Schools to reopen in these states from tomorrow, Check List Here

Some states will reopen the schools from tomorrow (September 1, 2021), as the downward trend continues for fresh Covid-19 cases.

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After staying at home and attending online classes for months, many school children would go to school and attend physical classes from tomorrow (September 1, 2021). After witnessing a decline in Covid-19 cases, many states have decided to reopen the schools for physical teaching, especially for higher classes (class 9th to class 12th). 

School authorities have urged the students and teachers to follow all possible covid-related precautions, including, consent from parents, social distancing, face masks etc. States have given an option between online as well as offline classes, as teachers would teach through both modes – online and offline. 

Check here the list of schools, which would reopen from tomorrow:

New Delhi:

Schools would reopen from September 1, 2021, for class 9th to class 12th. 

Students, teachers, and other staff who belongs to the Covid containment zone would not be allowed to come to school. 

Schools would conduct online as well as offline classes.

As per Delhi Disaster Management Authority (DDMA), the schools have to follow all curbs related to Covid-19. 

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Tamil Nadu:

Schools would reopen from September 1, for class 9th to class 12th with 50 percent sitting capacity. 

As per the Tamil Nadu government, schools would continue with distance learning as well. 

The government has issued SOPs, according to which only 20 students would be allowed to attend a class at a time, schools may adjust the students in extra classes or may call the students on a rotational basis. 


Schools would reopen from September 1, for class 9th to class 12th. Rajasthan government has also allowed the operation of coaching institutes, universities and colleges. 

Schools would conduct the classes with only 50 percent capacity and every student and teacher has to follow covid-19 related precautions strictly. 

Earlier, the Rajasthan education ministry stated that there is no confirmation yet on when classes will resume for lower classes.

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Schools would reopen from tomorrow for class 10th to class 12th.


Puducherry government has permitted the schools to allow students of class 9th to class 12th to attend physical classes at school. 

Schools would conduct the classes with 50 percent capacity. 

Classes would be held in two shifts – morning shift as well as evening shift. 


Schools would reopen from September 1, for primary classes (class 4th and class 5th).

Students can attend the school only after the written consent from parents.

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Telangana government has allowed the reopening of all academic institutes including, schools (for all classes), coaching centres, universities, colleges, and tuition centres from September 1.

Uttar Pradesh:

Schools would reopen from September 1, for class 1st to class 5th.

A senior government official said, “The order has been issued to open schools for students of classes 6-8 from September 23 and for classes 1-5 from September 1.”

Madhya Pradesh:

After reopening schools for students of class 9th to class 12th, now Madhya Pradesh government has been opening schools for students of class 6th to class 8th from tomorrow (September 1, 2021). 

All covid-19 protocols would be followed and students would be allowed only after parents’ consent.