govt – The New Indian Express



Through Express news service

HYDERABAD: Following the reaction of parents, teachers and doctors regarding the resumption of physical classes by educational institutions in Telangana from July 1, Education Minister P Sabitha Indra Reddy announced on Monday that online courses would continue for students from KG to PG. In another major relief for parents, the state government has banned schools from raising fees for the 2021-2022 school year; institutions have been ordered to charge only monthly tuition fees.

Speaking to the media, the education minister said Chief Minister K Chandrasekhar Rao had asked the state to continue online classes for all students. She added that the lessons would be broadcast on the Doordarshan and T-SAT network channels for schools and intermediate students.

In addition, there will no longer be any changes in the timing of graduation, PG and diploma exams. The minister added that there would also be no change in the dates of the various common tests for admission to vocational courses.

In accordance with an ordinance issued by the state government on Monday, all schools, including recognized private schools without assistance, affiliated with CBSE, ICSE and international boards, will not increase fees of any kind and will only charge tuition on a monthly basis until further notice. note. He added that non-compliance will result in the cancellation of the school’s recognition.

50% attendance for staff
In addition, schools and other educational institutes were requested to limit teacher participation to 50%. The state government had previously led a campaign to vaccinate teachers before schools reopened.


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