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Nagaland: Classes for 6 to 12 to reopen from February 8

KOHIMA: The Nagaland Education department has decided to open schools for classes 6 to 12 from February 8 after the approval of the Nagaland government. The schools in Nagaland have remained closed for the last several months due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

The government’s approval for the reopening of schools has been conveyed to the principal director of the school education, Nagaland, by Veduta Thira, under secretary to the government of Nagaland in an official letter issued on Thursday.

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“I am directed to refer your letter No.ED/AEI-2/2018-02 dated 11-1-2021, on the subject cited above and to convey the approval of the state government for issue of notification for re-opening of schools in the state w.e.f. 8th February, 2021 for classes 6 to 12 and the Academic Calendar, 2021,” the letter said.

The SOPs/guidelines for the re-opening of schools will be issued shortly by the state government, the letter added.

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