Kohima: The school education department on Thursday warned authorities of resuming offline classes for pre-primary students without permission from the competent authority.
Principal Director Shanavas C, IAS, through a notice, informed that the department has been notified that few schools have resumed regular classes for pre-primary students, even though the state government has only permitted resuming normal classes for students of classes VI and above.
Classes for VI and above began with effect from February 8. The government also notified that students of Classes I to V will resume school with effect from March 22.
“All concerned are hereby cautioned that resuming normal classes for students of pre-primary classes without the approval of the competent authority is strictly prohibited,” it notified.
It further warned that appropriate action will be initiated against erring school heads and school management.
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