The Nainital High Court has requested a petitioner difficult the state authorities’s resolution to re-open faculties from August 2 to make adjustments to his petition.

The HC gave the petitioner time to make vital adjustments, the following date of listening to has been fastened as August 4.

The PIL is being heard by a division bench of Chief Justice RS Chauhan and Alok Kumar Verma.

While listening to the PIL, the bench discovered that the SOPs issued by the Education Department of the state relating to the re-opening of colleges had not been challenged by the petitioner.

Vijay Singh of Dehradun is the petitioner within the case. He said that previously, the cupboard determined to open faculties for courses sixth to twelfth.

The petition states that “the Covid crisis is still not yet over in the state and a large number of people in hilly areas are yet to receive their first shot of vaccination.”

The petition argues that in such a state of affairs, the choice of the federal government to open faculties is incorrect.

Earlier on August 1, the Education Department of the state had issued the Standard Operating Procedures (SOP) for the re-opening of colleges from August 2 for courses ninth to twelfth and August 16 for courses sixth to eighth. .


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