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48,000 govt schools decked up to welcome students in K'taka
48,000 govt schools decked up to welcome students in K'taka

Bengaluru, May 16 (TIWN): The Karnataka Education Department is making all attempts to make reopening of the government schools for children studying Class 1 to 10 a momentous event by creating a festive atmosphere in the premises. A total of 48,066 government schools in the state are reopening for the academic year 2022-23 from Monday.

The managements of schools in the rural areas have planned to bring children on bedecked bullock carts to schools. Some schools have asked the children to come in traditional dresses. Though there was pressure to extend summer holiday, Education Minister B.C. Nagesh has taken personal interest in reopening of schools to make up for the academic losses during Covid pandemic in the last 2 years.

The state government is inaugurating ‘Kalika Chetarike’ (learning recovery) special classes for the school children. Chief Minister Basavaraj Bommai is inaugurating the programme in Tumakuru. The academic year 2022-23 is regarded as the learning recovery year by the education department.

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