TS Inter Board warns colleges against conducting classes physically

“The management should not conduct any physical classes under any circumstances until further orders in view of the COVID-19 pandemic,” said the TSBIE.

By Newsmeter Network  Published on  8 July 2021 10:48 AM GMT
TS Inter Board warns colleges against conducting classes physically

Hyderabad: The Telangana State Board of Intermediate Education (TSBIE) is in receipt of certain complaints on private colleges taking admissions and running classes in unauthorized buildings. It has warned such colleges against violating the norms set for them and instructed them to not conduct any classes physically.

"The Board of Intermediate has received complaints and representations stating that the private colleges are taking the admissions for intermediate students and running classes in unauthorized buildings without having received affiliation/permission from TSBIE," said TSBIE.

The board said that it reiterates that any violation of the rules, regulations and guidelines prescribed by the government in respect of admissions and fee structure, will be viewed very seriously and the necessary action will be initiated on such colleges that might involve cancelling the affiliation.

The board informed that all the private college managements must follow the rules and regulations as prescribed from time to time by the TSBIE relating to collections of fees. "The management should not conduct any physical classes under any circumstances until further orders in view of the COVID-19 pandemic," said the TSBIE.

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