Hyderabad, Feb 24 : Telangana authorities on Tuesday determined to permit re-opening of schools for classes 6th to 8th from Wednesday.
The choice was taken a teleconference Chief Secretary Somesh Kumar performed with all of the district collectors, district academic officers, district welfare officers of backward classes, minority and tribal welfare and scheduled caste improvement departments.
Chief Secretary directed that classes ought to begin from February 24 so far as doable and never later than March 1.
About 17.24 lakh college students as well as to the present quantity are possible to be attending college from classes 6th to 8th. Chief Secretary additionally directed that District Level Education Monitoring Committee (DLEMC) chaired by the District Collector ought to meet and guarantee reopening of schools.
Somesh Kumar acknowledged that each one precautions must be taken for the protection of scholars and academics. Special measures must be taken for schools opening for the primary time.
Schools for class ninth and above have been reopened from February 1 after a spot of almost 11 months.
The academic establishments have been shut in mid-March, a couple of days earlier than imposition of nation-wide lockdown. Exams couldn’t be performed for class 1 to 11 and all college students have been promoted to the subsequent class.
For tutorial yr 2020-21, on-line classes started on September 1. Following requests from mother and father of many college students, the authorities determined to reopen schools for bodily classes for class 9 and above.
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