India, Sept. 16 -- Industrial Training Institutes (ITIs) of Punjab are set to resume classes from September 21 after six months of lockdown due to the Covid-19 pandemic.

According to a circular issued by the directorate of technical education, administrations of state-run and private ITIs have been directed to make all arrangements for classes in adherence with Covid-19 guidelines.

ITIs will be the first educational institutes in the state that will restart classes in the Unlock 4 phase since the lockdown imposed in Punjab on March 22.

Last week, the ministry of health and family welfare had allowed the reopening of educational institutes offering skill or entrepreneurship training.

Punjab has 347 state-run and privately managed ITIs ...