Hyderabad News: The schools and colleges in the Telangana State will have to continue with E-learning as the state education minister P Sabitha Indra Reddy on Monday said that the condition is not in favour of physical classes. So there will be online classes in Telangana
The Education Minister’s decision to start online classes in Telangana has been made to make sure that the students do not lose an academic year, she added.
As per the report posted in the Times of India, the Education minister said that the E-learning or the digital classes for the students of class 1st to postgraduate students will be started from July 1st.
Digital classes can be attended on TSAT or Doordarshan channel or it can also be accessed on the TSAT app. It is an Online Classes app.
The Education minister further said that the students who do not have television can go to the Gram Panchayat office to attend the digital classes.
Online Classes in Telangana: “Previous conclusion on schools and colleges”
Previously, the Telangana cabinet while lifting the lockdown in the state had declared that the schools and universities in Telangana can direct face to face classes from July 1.
Later, the government might have come to know the risk of allowing physical classes in educational institutions and made the decision to go forward with online classes.
Responding to the decision, some political leaders have shown their concerns.
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A few parts of that society even claimed that the Telangana government is putting students’ lives in danger by resuming schools and universities in view of the expected third wave of the COVID-19.
Conclusion is that no student will be allowed to attend the physical classes as of now.
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