As per the directives issued by the Pune Municipal Corporation (PMC), the schools in Pune will reopen from February 1 for students of classes 5 to 8 for offline lessons. Several precautions will also be taken for the resumption of classroom studies for these students.

The PMC has allowed the reopening of schools in Pune for junior classes a month after the schools have been reopened in the city for students of classes 9 to 12. The schools were reopened for higher classes first in view of the upcoming board exams.

Municipal Commissioner Vikram Kumar issued an order which stated that schools can start classroom teaching for students from Class 5 to 8 from February 1 by following the issued guidelines and standard operating procedure (SoP) for reopening of schools.
The order issued by the PMC further states that the students will have to get a consent form signed by their parents before appearing for classroom lessons on school premises. School authorities can also ask the non-teaching and teaching staff to attend school from January 23.

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