Bengaluru: Unlock: 4.0 has eased down most of the restrictions which were implied across the country during the lockdown for all services including schools and colleges.

However, despite the re-opening of schools in Karnataka, the institutes will not be conducting classes for students.

Karnataka minister for Primary and Secondary Education Suresh Kumar on Friday said that schools and pre-university colleges in Karnataka will open from September 21 but will not resume regular classes.

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The minister has said that students in higher classes can visit the school to clear the doubts related to their studies.

Speaking to the media in Mysuru, Suresh Kumar said "From September 21, teachers of Class 9, Class 10, Class 11 and Class 12, will be present in the school to clear the doubts of the students related to their studies. It will not be like regular classes”.

The minister has said that the government was awaiting the Centre's approval for resuming regular classes.