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Schools for classes 10, 12 reopen in Tamil Nadu after over 9 months

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Schools for classes 10, 12 reopen in Tamil Nadu after over 9 months

Schools for classes 10, 12 reopen in Tamil Nadu after over 9 months

Schools in Tamil Nadu reopened for the students of classes 10th and 12th on January 19 after a gap of over nine months.

A school in Madurai followed COVID-19 guidelines such as social distancing and masks.

Students, teachers and other staff members were allowed entry only after a thermal screening.

Director of School Education Department in Tamil Nadu, Dr S Kannappan visited Govt Girls Higher Secondary School in Chennai's Ashok Nagar on January 19.

All educational institutions were forced to shut down due to coronavirus pandemic.

Speaking to ANI, a student in Chennai said, "Half of our syllabus was covered during online classes.

I am happy to see my friends after so long but we have to maintain social distance."


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