Telangana Government Planning To Reopen Schools For Offline Classes After 15th Of August

The Telangana Government is planning to reopen schools for offline classes after the 15th of August.

The Telangana Rashtra Samithi (TRS) Government led by Mr. K. Chandrashekar Rao would take a final decision after reviewing the current situation of the Wuhan virus (COVID-19.)

In regard to this, the concerned authorities and the Education Department submitted a report to the Telangana Government. Highlighting the submitted document/report, it includes the schedule of the classes, COVID-19 situation, implementation of classes and schedule of other states which started offline classes and reopening schools and the necessary details regarding the matter.

The report was submitted on the 31st of July, a day ahead of the recently held Telangana Cabinet meeting.

Meanwhile, on the 17th of July, the TRS Government announced to begin offline classes for the engineering colleges from the 17th of August.

While the engineering degree classes would begin from the 17th of August, a final decision regarding school reopening is yet to be taken.

It is to be noted, schools in Telangana have been shut from March 2020, when the first lockdown was imposed across the nation. Since then, the schools and colleges of Telangana have been closed. Though the Education Department ordered online classes, students are suffering a huge loss of education due to the pandemic situation.

If reopened post Independence Day, the 15th of August, it would be opened after a long gap of 18 months. (1 year 6 months.)

Meanwhile, briefing about the COVID-19 situation, today Telangana reported 453 new cases, taking the total active cases to 8,406.

Stay tuned for further updates.

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