Regular classes of class 9 and 11 has been resumes on Monday. Almost twenty days after the reopening of colleges and schools for the students of classes 10 and 12, the Tripura education department has announced resumption of classes for students in standard 9 and 11 from December 28 Monday stating that the Covid-19 situation in the state is under control. “As it reveals that the situation of Covid-19 is under control in the State, so the students of Class-IX & XI (both government, government aided and private unaided schools) shall be allowed to attend schools wef 28th December, 2020,” a notification issued by the joint secretary of secondary education, Saju Vaheed, on Tuesday last. However, the students need to get a consent letter from their parents for attending classes. The concerned headmasters and principals have been asked to arrange for routine sanitisation, thermal scanning and hand washing of the students, staff and also parents of the students. They have been also asked to maintain six feet distance between students in classrooms. The educational institutions in the state were closed since mid-March due to Covid-19 pandemic. There are nearly 4,400 government and aided schools in the state. Meanwhile Education Department, Government of Tripura promotes total 4471 students through Bachar Baachao exam. In this exam total Madhyamik candidates were 5247 and Higher Secondary (+2) candidates were 1910. Among them total passed out in Madhyamik are 3277 and in Higher Secondary (+2) are 1194. Who are not passed in Bachar Baachao exam they will get another chance in Compartmental exam. If still any student can’t get success than he/she have to attend regular classes for the final next Board Exam.