Telangana: Only 45 students per class, alternate days for Intermediate students

The Telangana Government has made 'parent consent letter' mandatory for students attending Intermediate first and second-year classes beginning 1st of July.

By Newsmeter Network  Published on  25 Jun 2021 8:39 AM GMT
Telangana: Only 45 students per class, alternate days for Intermediate students

Hyderabad: The Telangana Government has made 'parent consent letter' mandatory for students attending Intermediate first and second-year classes beginning July 1.

In fresh guidelines issued by the Telangana Higher Education Department, the government has approved alternate day classes for students, capping the strength to 45 students per class.

To recall, Chief Minister K Chandrashekar Rao has announced to re-open all categories of educational institutions from 1st of July onwards.

The guidelines for Intermediate students include Online/digital classes through Doordarshan/T-SAT will be telecasted on alternate days in order to maintain 220 working days in an academic year as per norms.

The junior lecturers can also take classes using online platforms viz, Google Meet and Zoom etc., for students who do not come to college on an alternate day basis.

The Intermediate Board has asked the junior colleges not to insist on a mandatory 75 per cent attendance rule.

"Since there is an uncertainty with regard to the number of working days, 70 per cent syllabus may be continued for teaching as well as for Intermediate Public Examination (IPE-2022) for time being until clarity is there from GoI/CBSE etc," reads the guidelines.

All junior lecturers have been instructed to report to their duties from June 25 so as to ensure classrooms and premises of the college clean and sanitized.


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