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Telangana Schools To Be Reopened From Feb 1

Telangana Schools To Be Reopened From Feb 1

Telangana Rashtra Samithi president and chief minister K Chandrasekhar Rao on Monday decided reopening of schools for students of Class 9 and above, apart from degree colleges and other vocational courses with effect from February 1.

KCR announced the decision at a high-level meeting with collectors, ministers and other higher officials of various departments.

He asked the authorities ot make all necessary arrangements for re-opening of both government and private schools for students of Class 9, 10, Intermediate, degree, post-graduate and vocational institution.

The chief minister instructed the authorities to keep all educational institutions, hostels and residential schools clean, as it has been more than 10 months since they were closed. All sanitation measures including cleaning of toilets should be taken, he said.

He directed that the authorities should keep all schools and colleges ready by January 25 for the conduct of classes.

He asked the ministers to visit the welfare hostels and see that they would ready for occupation by the students from February 1.

The chief minister also asked the officials to resolve all issues related to the Revenue department expeditiously.

He directed them to complete all the necessary changes and additions in the new “Dharani” portal within a week. He also wanted them to give high priority to the restoration of forests in the State.

The officials were instructed to complete all promotions in their respective departments immediately and fill all the vacant posts at once.

They were directed to build integrated markets and Vaikuntha Dhamams (graveyards) in all the urban areas to meet the requirements of the local population.

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