School opening Telengana: KCR is expected to make final decision today

HYDERABAD: Chief Minister K. Chandrashekar Rao is expected to decide on the reopening of educational institutions on Saturday. Schools were initially closed from January 10 to 16, with the closure being extended until January 30.

"Education Minister Sabitha Indra Reddy has given a report to the Chief Minister detailing studetns who are participating in digital sessions as well as those who are not." "It explains the challenges experienced by teachers, children from low-income families, and managements and staff who are unable to run schools due to a lack of fee collection," said Y. Shekar Rao, state president of the Telangana Recognised School Management Association (TRSMA).

The department of health t has submitted reports on Covid-19 case load among students and the daily fever survey reports to the Chief Minister to take into consideration.

The TRSMA conducted a dharna at the collectorate in Medak, saying that chidren were accustomed to irresponsible behaviour and that it would be impossible to discipline them if schools were closed for an extended period of time. They went on to say that online classes were hampered by frequent power outages.

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