Schools have been remained closed in Telangana from January 10 to 16, and further, it was extended to 30th of this month. Today, Telangana chief minister K. Chandrasekhar Rao is likely to take a decision on the reopening of the schools. The education minister Sabitha Indira Reddy has submitted a report to KCR, which contains the details of students accessing digital sessions and also those who are not.
KCR likely to take decision on reopening of educational institutions
The state president of Telangana Recognised School Management Association (TRSMA) Y.Shekar Rao said that the report was about the circumstances faced by teachers, students from low-income families and managements and staff who cannot run schools ascribed to the lack of fee collection. The health department has also submitted reports on Covid-19 cases among children and the daily fever survey reports to the chief minister to make notified.
The members of TRSMA staged a dharna at the collectorate, saying students were accustomed to relaxed life from studies and it became difficult to control them if schools were remain closed for long time. Moreover, there are always interruptions for online classes and they are not steady at all due to power cut problems.
Additionally, the chief minister KCR ordered to abondon the cultivation, production, sale and use of narcotic drugs. He organised a conference with the top police and excise authorities at Pragathi Bhavan to prepare an action plan to prevent the drug hazard, following his commitment earlier this week to create the Narcotic and Organised Crime Control Cell, which is simply called as NOCCC.