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The meeting expressed serious resentment against imposing acts in the name of Yoga and morning prayers in educational institutions The MMU also condemned the arrests of clerics in the valley and called for their immediate release The MMU expressed satisfaction that Friday prayers and five daily prayers are now being allowed by the authorities
Female students wearing hijab were denied entry into Bhandarkas' College in Karnataka's Kundapura "The aim is to deprive female children of education," Siddaramaiah told the mediapersons in Bengaluru Rahul Gandhi came out in support of hijab-wearing Muslim girl students not allowed entry in educational institutes in Karnataka
Bihar schools for classes 9 to 12 and coaching institutions have been allowed to reopen from August 6 with 50 percent capacity and detailed SOPs. The authorities also added that they will assess the COVID-19 situation again and might allow schools to physically commence classes for 1 to 8 standards as well after August 15.
Amid the rising cases of coronavirus across the country, schools have been shut for the last few months. The Centre had allowed partial resumption of activities in schools for students of classes 9-12 on a voluntary basis from September 21. Though educational institutions were allowed to partially open in many states since September 21 schools are still closed in most of the states.
The Tamil Nadu government on Tuesday announced its decision to extend the ongoing lockdown till October 31 and added more relaxations. However, Chief Minister Edappadi K Palaniswami took an important decision for school students. Palaniswami held a virtual meeting with the district collectors and senior officials and reviewed the situation arising due to the pandemic.