Hyderabad, Aug 23 The Telangana government has decided to reopen all public and private educational institutions in the state, including Anganwadi centers, from September 1.
Chief Minister Chandra Shekhar Rao directed the ministers and officials of Panchayat Raj and Municipal Administration Departments to ensure cleanliness of all educational institutions and hostels across the state by August 30.
In the wake of Cove 19, all educational institutions have been closed for more than a year and a half since March 2020. At a high-level meeting at Pragati Bhawan on Monday, the Chief Minister elaborated on the factors that led to the government’s decision to reopen all educational institutions. He said that the education system in the state was facing difficulties due to closure of educational institutions after the epidemic. In addition to students and their parents, the economy of teachers in private schools and related institutions has become uncertain.
The Chief Minister asked the officials to clear the premises of schools and educational institutions by August 30. As per the decision taken at the high-level meeting, all public and private sector educational institutions and Anganwadis will start functioning from September 1.