Guidelines released for reopening of the colleges in Telangana

Hyderabad News: The Secretary of Telangana State Board of Intermediate Education (TSBIE) Syed Omer Jaleel on Thursday released the instructions for the reopening of junior college reopen in the Telangana State.

The directions not only stresses on faithfulness to Coronavirus safety measures but also makes it compulsory to get a written statement from the parents of all the students who will be attending in physical classes at colleges.

Mandatory written Authorization for College Reopen:

It is compulsory for all the Jr. colleges to take the written authorization of the parents or any guardians of the students who are attending in the physical classes.

The written statement must be in a directed format. Due to variability, Telangana State Board of Intermediate Education (TSBIE) has said that the junior colleges in Telangana that 70% syllabus should be resumed for IPE 2022 up to further clarity is released.

As per the orders, the physical classes may start from July 1, 2021, and the principal, junior lecturers, and undertaken in contract junior lecturers have to join the colleges from June 25, 2021, to check that the classrooms and the college premises of the colleges are washed and sanitized as per the Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs) of Coronavirus  guidelines.

Ts Schools, Colleges Reopen Date 2021

Safety Measures to be Taken by Colleges in Telangana

It makes it compulsory for the college reopen to keep soaps or hand washes or liquid soaps or sanitizers at both the entrance and exit for students and staff.

A thermal scanner must be utilized to check the temperature of the students and the staff members at the entrance of the college, it added.

All the junior colleges in Telangana state should follow alternate day classes for the intermediate first and second year. 

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However, the 75 percent attendance can not be followed.

Apart from it, a highest of 45 students must be allowed in a class and should maintain a physical distance of at least six feet. 

Two rooms must be kept empty with the requirements for isolation in case of emergency. If the interchanging day method is followed, online classes can be made available on the day when there is no physical class.

According to the report, Syed Omer Jaleel, the Commissioner of Intermediate Education has told the principals, junior lecturers and non-teaching staff to start their duty.

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