The government of Balochistan has revised its schools’ closure policy for the schools and has taken the decision of not shutting the educational institutes again.
The educational authorities of the province have taken the decision of not closing the schools and colleges again so that the academic loss of the students could be recovered.
The decision has been taken to put the coronavirus infected individuals into the quarantine facilities instead of closing the entire educational institutions if the virus is detected.
The education authorities of the province released an order for the complete resumption of the academic session in the schools and colleges across the province.
Furthermore, the middle schools in the province of Balochistan which are administered by the local government were also reopened today after the directives of the provincial government.
The provincial schools’ department director made the announcement that the primary section across the province would be reopened from the 30th of this month.
Earlier, the secondary schools in the provinces of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, Punjab, Balochistan, and Azad Jammu and Kashmir have resumed their educational activities from today as the students of classes six to eight have returned to the schools after like a gap of 6 months.
However, in Sindh, the students of grades 6 to 8 would be starting the schools from the 28th of September.
via ARY News