Due to the threat of Coronavirus, all schools, colleges, universities, child education centers and secondary education centers in West Bengal will remain closed till 31 March. Vishwabharati University has also been closed. All the students have been instructed to empty the hostels. Chief Minister Mamata Banerji (CM Mamata Banerji) announced this on Saturday.
Kolkata: Like many other states of the country, educational institutions in West Bengal (West Bengal) have been closed for the next 31 March. Giving this information in a press release issued by Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee, it has been told that the advice issued by the World Health Organization, United Nations and the Union Government According to this decision has been taken. Coronavirus: All schools and colleges of Bengal closed till 31 March
It said that under the decision, all government, government aided, private educational institutions, schools, colleges, universities, madrasa, SSK / MSK will be kept closed from 16 March to 31 March in public interest. Internal examinations of these educational institutions have also been postponed for this period. Although the board examinations will be according to the fixed list.
Here, the Chief Minister told the media that on March 30, she will meet and review the situation and according to the situation the next step will be taken. The Chief Minister said clearly that there is no need to be terrorized. However, caution is necessary. He also said that a decision should be taken regarding the postponement of the session of the Legislative Assembly.
Ms. Banerjee also told that the State Government has asked the Rajarhat Cancer Hospital to be ready for treatment of corona virus. Apart from this, another building is being searched, where corona virus victims can be kept. Through them, about 500 patients can be treated by keeping them in isolation.
No sports event in Bengal till 30 March
West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee postponed all sports competitions in the state till March 30 due to the corona virus. Mamta also urged the All India Football Federation to reconsider the decision to hold an I-League match and postpone it till the situation improves, including the match between Mohun Bagan and East Bengal at the vacant stadium.
After meeting with all the sports federation officials of the state, Mamta asked to postpone all the competitions till 30 March as a precaution. He said after the meeting, “We will monitor the situation for the next 15 days. We have decided not to organize any sports competition at the district or state level. We will review the situation again on 30 March. ‘
Representatives of Bengal Cricket Association, East Bengal, Mohun Bagan and Mohammedan Sporting and AIFF and Football Association of India participated in this meeting.
Source – prabhatkhabar.com