Sabitha Indra Reddy Holds Review Meeting
Education Minister Sabihta Indra Reddy today held a review meeting to discuss the matter of the reopening of the educational institutions in Telangana.
Hyderabad | 10th June 2021
The current drop in the number of Covid-19 cases in Telangana comes as a glimmer of hope to the managements of all the educational institutions in the state, which have been lying locked due to the ongoing pandemic, especially since this prompted Education Minister Sabitha Indra Reddy to hold a review meeting on the issue of the reopening of the educational institutions.
At a meeting held today, Reddy discussed the matter of reverting to physical classes gradually. She also discussed the possibility of conducting online classes for intermediate and school students.
The minister reportedly decided that the educational institutions would reopen for on-site classes from June 16. Classes for the students of the eighth to tenth standards, however, will likely continue online.
Meanwhile, the panchayat raj department authorities in the villages of the state have begun to clean and sanitise the schools and colleges located within the areas under their respective jurisdictions ahead of the reopening of the same.
Speaking on the issue, Madhuranagar Gram Panchayat secretary B Raj Kumar, told the media that the panchayat officials had been asked by their higher-ups to take up a sanitation drive across all the educational institutions located in Madhuranagar, which is located in Karimnagar district's Gangadhara mandal.
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