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AP Schools to Reopen from November 2nd:- Life is slowly getting back to normal after over six months of restrictions in the country due to the coronavirus pandemic. The schools and other educational institutions are shut from the past six months. The Centre granted permission to reopen the schools and asked the state governments to take the final call on reopening the schools. The Andhra Pradesh government now decided to reopen the schools in the state from November 2nd for the academic year of 2020-21. Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister YS Jaganmohan Reddy announced the same today. Though the initial date for the reopening of schools was said to be October 5th, it was later pushed considering the coronavirus pandemic situations.
The Chief Minister revealed the decision during his video conference with the district collectors today. The Centre is expected to issue fresh guidelines on the same in this week. The Chief Minister said the ''Jagannanna Vidya Kanuka'' (Jagan's Education Gift) will be distributed on October 5th for all the students. YS Jagan reviewed the progress of Mana Badi, Naadu Nedu schemes through a conference. The school infrastructure across the state is getting renovated. YS Jagan ordered the collectors to renovate the schools immediately.
(Video Source: TV9 Telugu Live)