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Physical Classes

Sarlahi begins physical classes after vaccination concludes

Feb 16, 2022
The schools in Sarlahi have started regular classes after they completed the vaccination campaign for students.

Schools reopen across Nepal as third COVID wave weakens

Feb 13, 2022
Nepal has reopened schools on Sunday amid a weakening third wave of COVID infection, after a month of virtual classes fueled by the Omicron variant.

Schools in Nepal demand reopening as virus cases decline

Feb 6, 2022
Puri said they want schools to reopen by next week.

Schools in Baitadi closed till mid-February

Feb 2, 2022
Stating that the risk of corona infection is still high, the district administration office has asked to keep the school closed till mid-February.

Schools instructed to take online classes

Jan 22, 2022
Kathmandu Metropolitan City has directed the schools to conduct classes through alternative means.

TU closes affiliated schools and department till January 24

Jan 15, 2022
Tribhuvan University has given leave till January 24 due to the rapid surge of COVID-19.

School closed following increasing cases of viral fever in Rolpa

Sep 30, 2021
Some schools in Ropla district have been closed again within few days of resumption of physical classes.

Two schools closed as students show flu-like symptoms in Parbat

Sep 26, 2021
Two schools at Pakuwa Silsi of Kushma Municipality-11 have been closed after students started falling sick.

TU directs colleges to run physical classes

Sep 17, 2021
The Tribhuvan University (TU) has urged the campuses of its affiliate to run physical classes.

Schools in Kathmandu valley start physical classes on guardians' request

Sep 12, 2021
Various government and private schools in Kathmandu Metropolitan City have started running classes in the physical presence of students and teachers amid the COVID-19 pandemic.

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