Schools, colleges reopen for physical classes in Telangana with COVID-19 norms
Schools, colleges reopen for physical classes in Telangana with COVID-19 norms

Schools across Telengana resumed offline classes on Wednesday, September 1,  with  strict COVID-19 protocols in place, while colleges also resumed in the state, in the same manner. Meanwhile, Telengana Governor Tamilisai Soundararajan visited the high school at Raj Bhavan here and interacted with students, teachers and parents and officials.

The resumption of classes for 1st to 12th standards followed a High Court Order on August 31, granting schools permission to do so, while staying government residential schools from holding off-line classes for one month.

The Court also directed that no ward in any class be forced by school managements to physically attend offline classes if parents were not inclined to send them.  As per reports on On Wednesday, students streamed into schools wearing masks, used the hand sanitizer's provided and attended classes. Education Minister P Sabita Indra Reddy, who inspected a school in the city, said students should be told specifically during morning prayers about the need to follow COVID-19 norms. Teachers and other staff should also take precautions at the time of mid-day meals, she said. Out of 60 lakh children from 1st to 12th standard in the state, about 29 to 30 lakh students are in government institutions, she said.

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