Karnataka is all set to reopen schools for grades 1 through 5 from October 25
The Karnataka government has recently announced that students in grades 1 through 5 will return to school on October 25. They will, however, start with a 50% capacity. For the first time since the beginning of the epidemic, primary schools are reopening for students, an overwhelming development in the education sector. The decision was taken when the Technical Advisory Committee suggested that more activities be opened once the total positive rate was reduced. B C Nagesh, the minister of basic and secondary education, stated that school attendance is not mandatory yet. For youngsters who are still hesitant to attend school, both online and offline classes will be accessible. Programs will be half-day for the first week, and full-day classes will begin from November 1. From November 1, a midday meal will be provided to the students, and for students who are in grades 6 and up, a midday meal will be served.