Telangana govt to reopen schools for classes sixth, 7th and 8th from Wednesday after COVID lockdown
In Telangana, the State Government has determined to reopen schools for classes sixth, 7th and 8th from tomorrow after COVID lockdown. Education Minister Sabita Indrareddy knowledgeable that the choice was taken following directions from Chief Minister Okay. Chandrasekhar Rao to reopen. The schools could have to guarantee strict compliance of COVID-19 pointers and consent of the mother and father is necessary for the scholars to attend classes.
State Chief Secretary Somesh Kumar directed the District Collectors to reopen schools for Class sixth to 8th tomorrow to a most extent and if not newest by 1st of March. He held a evaluation assembly on this regard in Hyderabad at present. About 17.24 lakh college students shall be finding out in these classes within the state. All COVID-19 precautions shall be taken for the security of scholars and academics.