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Rajasthan schools closed for upto class 9 students

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The Rajasthan state government announced the closure of schools for ninth grade students across the state after the recent spike in COVID-19 cases in the state. In addition, the state government has announced that classes for students enrolled in colleges, i.e Colleges and universities will also be hired, with the exception of last year’s students. The decision to close schools and suspend physical education for students in freshman and sophomore state colleges and universities was announced by the State Department of Education on Sunday, April 4, 2021.

Along with the school closures, the Rajasthan state government has released new guidelines to curb the spread of COVID-19 amid the ongoing wave of aggression that emerged after March 2021, according to COVID -19 released on Sunday. The state government has made the RT-PCR test mandatory for anyone entering Rajasthan, as well as for those traveling from one state to another.

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In addition, cinemas, theaters, multiplexes and amusement parks will be closed as of April 5, according to the guidelines. Additionally, pools and gyms will not be able to open statewide under the new restrictions. Restaurants in Rajasthan have also been asked to adhere to nightly curfew guidelines and only food stalls and delivery services are allowed.

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Furthermore, the Rajasthan Board of Secondary Education (RBSE) recently issued an important notice confirming that no external examiners will be appointed for the upcoming practical exams of the 12th Rajasthan Board Exam 2021 Rajasthan Exam 2021 in light of the COVID-guidelines. 19. In light of this development, practical exams as part of the twelfth RBSE 2021 exam will now be controlled by the teachers themselves.

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