In view of apprehensions expressed by parents, the State government is likely to alter its decision to resume offline sessions for all classes in educational institutions from July 1.
The Telangana government’s decision to close schools from March 23 has drawn flak from private school managements, junior colleges and coaching institutions.
It may be mentioned here that a number of Covid cases were reported from residential schools and hostels in the recent days.
The core subjects of science, mathematics and english will be taught through these e-classrooms to students from Class VI to Class X.
Ongoing pandemic and fast-approaching summer may delay classes; no instruction from govt yet, says School Education Department
The aim is to allow students to compete and stay motivated about learning core subjects without creating any stress.
Hyderabad district has 2,885 schools that have 8,527 classrooms to accommodate over 8.8 lakh students.
Schools are permitted to resume physical classes for students of Classes VI to VIII between February 24 and March 1. The decision was announced by Education Minister P Sabitha Indra Reddy.
The decision to allow the reopening of schools for upper-primary students was announced by Education Minister P Sabitha Indra Reddy. She said CM K Chandrashekhar Rao has given the nod for it.
Out of the 4,72,062 Class X students, only 2,73,947 attended the school. DSE said government schools in the State registered 60 per cent attendance of Class X students
The state government released the schedule denying the requests of teachers and private schools management associations who wanted the academic year to be extended till June 31
Education Minister says schools have been directed to hire nurses, draft a medical plan, ensure that everyone wears mask.
The current academic year of 2020-21 is likely to extend into the next academic year by at least three months, even if the summer vacation is excluded.
The committee should prepare an action plan before January 18, read the School Education Department.