“Classes for the current academic year may start soon. I have already consulted the State Covid Advisory Committee and depending on its report, we will take a decision soon,” he said.
Officials present at the meeting said, “It started with chaos and ended in chaos.” Primary and Secondary Education Minister S Suresh Kumar said,
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Trains starting from Silk Institute would now touch up to the last station of Phase-I i.e. Nagasandra, a distance of 30.49 km, after covering the 6.29-km line up to Yelachenahalli.