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Andhra Pradesh Schools to Reopen from November 2nd:- The schools across the country are closed since March. Several examinations are postponed and most of the school students are promoted to their next classes. Though the Centre granted permission to reopen the schools across the country, most of the parents are hesitant to send their children to schools during this pandemic time. The government schools too introduced an online teaching system and the classes are taught through television channels. The schools in Andhra Pradesh will reopen from November 2nd informed the state's Education Minister Adimulapu Suresh.
Adimulapu Suresh said that the government wanted to reopen the schools from October 5th but considering the coronavirus situation, they decided to reopen the schools from November 2nd. He said that the Board of Intermediate Education (BIE), Andhra Pradesh reduced the syllabus for the classes eleventh and twelfth. The number of working days for them are reduced to 222. Adimulapu Suresh said that the government of Andhra Pradesh is in plans to reduce the school syllabus for all the classes. The reduced syllabus will be announced very soon. Andhra Pradesh is the second most impacted state in the country due to coronavirus pandemic.