Schools to reopen from July 1st in Telangana: The Department of Education.
The Department of Education is working to start physical classes in the state from the 1st of next month 8th, 9th, and 10th classes. 6,7 classes from the 20th of next month .. 3,4,5 classes from 16th August. The Department of Education has made proposals to the Government in this regard. Minister Sabitha Indra Reddy on Monday reviewed the matter with the concerned authorities.
It has been decided to start physical classes from July 1 for a degree, PG, and engineering students. VCs are empowered to reopen hostels in varsities. Higher education officials will meet with visas on the issue in four to six days. The government has decided to vaccinate teachers, lecturers, and then students soon. Officials say there will be no online or offline classes for first and second-grade students this year. Online and offline classes are expected to continue from 3rd grade to Inter.
Review with Welfare Branches tomorrow
Minister Sabitha Indra Reddy has decided to hold a meeting with the ministers of SC, ST, BC, and minority departments and concerned officials on Wednesday as schools and colleges are yet to reopen. The meeting is expected to clarify the opening of gurukuls and hostels. Classes are expected to be held on a shift-wise basis with half of the students continuing physical classes.
Teachers to schools after two months
Teachers will be attending schools from the 25th of this month. School Education Director Sri Devasena on Friday directed teachers working in government, local body, model schools, KGBVs, education society gurukuls, aided schools, and diet colleges to join the duties. After about 2 months the teachers are going to wander again.
Within 2 days Inter-Second year Result
Within 2 days will announce the Inter-Second year result. It is learned that at a recent cabinet meeting, the authorities were directed to give the result within a week. The Department of Education has decided to announce the marks and give the result as per the report given by the internal committee. It is noteworthy that the authorities kept this matter a secret.
Implementation of GO 46 this year
The government has decided to issue GO No. 46, which was issued by the government last year in connection with the collection of fees in schools, to be implemented this year. Minister Sabitha Indra Reddy will soon hold a meeting with private school management on this. Fees will not be increased and tuition fees will be charged on a monthly basis. The government will propose a 20 percent reduction in fees this year.