Bhubaneswar: After a long 10 months, state, government-funded and private schools in the state have reopened. They came in as they were allowed to come to school in the tenth and plus two final years in the early stages. On the first day, attendance at most schools was very low. Hundreds of students came to school. It is learned that some private schools have not been opened today. However, all government schools are open from today, said Sameer Ranjan Das, Minister for Schools and Mass Education. With the reopening of the school, the ‘Education Simple’ program for 10th class has started from today. How the hundred-day lesson will be, the army plan has been prepared and given to the schools. It outlines how long the subject will be read from January 6 to April 28 and how long it will be revised. There will be a total of 15 weeks of classes. Of these, 57 days will be devoted to reading literature, while 36 days will be revised. There will be four days of pre-board exams at the school level. There will be 43 days of English lessons and 27 days of revision, 7 days of maths, 7 days of doubt, 7 days of writing practice exams and pre-board exams. Similarly, it has been decided how long the subject of the General Science, SSCS course will be taught. The ‘Education Simple’ program has been issued on the basis of 90 per cent syllabus.After the school opened, Minister Shri Das visited some schools in the capital today to assess the situation. Karona spoke to teachers and students about the preparations for the school. Informing the media on the occasion, Mr. Das said the children were eagerly waiting to come to school. Attendance is slightly lower today as it is the first day. According to the SOP, students are not required to attend schools or colleges. Those who came to school brought parental consent with them. Social protection, sanitation, and masks are mandatory when school arrives. The course, which was taught online, will be taught offline again. All courses are targeted to be completed within 100 days. There will also be classes every Sunday. Nodal officers have gone to all the districts on behalf of the department. They toured schools and colleges to see what was missing. Child health is the most important thing. The SOP has been instructed to abide by it.