Schools in Telangana to reopen from February 1

In a high-level meeting with the Ministers and the District Collectors at Pragathi Bhavan on Monday, the Chief Minister asked the officials to resolve all issues related to the Revenue department expeditiously.

By   |  Published: 11th Jan 2021  3:12 pmUpdated: 11th Jan 2021  8:27 pm

Hyderabad: Chief Minister K Chandrashekhar Rao on Monday gave the green signal for reopening of all educational institutions in the State from Class IX onwards from February 1. He directed the officials to make necessary arrangements for classes to commence for students of classes IX and X besides intermediate, degree and other higher education as well as professional courses in both private and government institutions.

The Chief Minister, addressing a meeting of Ministers and District Collectors at Pragathi Bhavan here, directed the District Collectors to take necessary measures to keep the educational institutions clean and hygienic, and ensure that Covid-19 protocol is maintained when the classes start. He also wanted the officials to clean the premises of educational institutions, including government hostels and residential schools, that had been closed for several months now. He asked them to get fresh stock of food grains and other essential commodities and keep them ready in hostels and residential schools since the old stock would have been spoilt.

“By January 25, all educational institutions should be ready to conduct classes. Ministers should visit SC, ST, BC hostels and ensure that they are fit for students to stay,” he said.


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