Telangana schools may open after Sankranti holiday: Education Minister Sabita Indrareddy

Hyderabad: The state government is planning to reopen junior colleges after the 120-day-long Sankranti, Education Minister Sabita Indra Reddy has said. Another piece of news is that schools from grades 1 to 5 will be closed this school year in view of the coronavirus epidemic.

Members of the Telangana Parent Association on Saturday discussed the reopening of schools with Telangana Education Minister Sabita Indra Reddy, who ordered the schools to reopen only after Sankranti.

All educational institutions, from primary schools to universities and coaching centers, have been closed due to the corona virus epidemic. The Telangana government is taking all necessary steps to combat the contagious novel corona virus.

Let it be known that many states have already reopened schools in 2021. Odisha has decided to reopen schools for classes 10 and 12 from January 8. Meanwhile, in Nashik district of Maharashtra, schools for students in classes 9 to 12 were opened on Monday.

A total of 62 teachers were found to be corona-positive in the Covid-19 investigation of teachers before the start of school, officials said. Subita Indrareddy said the state government was planning to reopen junior colleges after Sankranti, which lasts for 120 days. Another piece of news that will be implemented is that schools from 1st to 5th grade will be closed this academic year in view of the coronavirus epidemic.

According to the school, a total of 62 teachers were Corona positive in the Covid-19 investigation conducted by the authorities, officials said.


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