COVID-19 Scare: Dibrugarh admin orders closure of five educational institutes for a week
Guwahati: The Dibrugarh district administration on Friday ordered the closure of five schools in the district for a week amid multiple surges in Covid-19 cases in the institutions.
According to reports, Dipika Choudhury, Inspector of Schools, Dibrugarh issued an order for the closure of five schools in the Dibrugarh district for a period of seven days after multiple Covid-19 positive cases were detected in the school premises.
The schools are namely Nandeswar Chakravorty HS School, Dibrugarh (15 cases), Sepon Hatipati High School (8 cases), Chachani Jamunamukh HS School (9 cases), Tipling Girls High School (11 cases), Naharkatia HS School (11 cases).
The school will re-open after 7 (seven) days with due permission from the Deputy Commissioner, Dibrugarh.
Meanwhile, the District Level Internal Examination Committee (DLIEC) has also decided to postpone the upcoming Final and Pre-Board Examination, 2022 for Class IX & X which was to be held from 24-01-2022 to a later date.
IS Choudhury vide an order informed all the schools that the modified Table for the Examinations will be intimated shortly.
Earlier, nine educational institutes in Kamrup Metro District were declared as containment zones by the district administration amid the COVID-19 surge, the
It may also be mentioned that the nine educational institutes in Kamrup Metro district that has been declared as containment zones were Sonaram High School, Kamakhya HS School, TRP Hindi School, Gurukul Grammer School, Arya Vidyapith HS and ME School, Bathoupuri Boro High School, Jatiya Vidyalay, Rahman Institute of Nursing and Paramedical Science.