Telangana authorities on Tuesday determined to permit the reopening of faculties for courses sixth to eighth 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 courses, minority and tribal welfare, and scheduled caste growth departments.
Chief Secretary directed that courses ought to begin from February 24 so far as potential and never later than March 1.
About 17.24 lakh college students along with the present quantity are more likely to be attending college from courses sixth to eighth. Chief Secretary additionally directed that District Stage Training Monitoring Committee (DLEMC) chaired by the District Collector ought to meet and make sure the reopening of faculties.
Somesh Kumar acknowledged that every one precautions ought to be taken for the protection of scholars and academics. Particular measures ought to be taken for colleges opening for the primary time.
Colleges for sophistication ninth and above have been reopened from February 1 after a spot of practically 11 months.
The tutorial establishments have been shut in mid-March, just a few days earlier than the imposition of nation-wide lockdown. Exams couldn’t be performed for sophistication 1 to 11 and all college students have been promoted to the subsequent class.
For the tutorial yr 2020-21, on-line courses started on September 1. Following requests from dad and mom of many college students, the authorities determined to reopen colleges for bodily courses for sophistication 9 and above.