HYDERABAD: After a long summer break, online classes for thousands of students resumed across the state from Thursday. Previously, the state government planned to start physical classes from Thursday, July 1. However, he overturned his decision after many parents expressed dissatisfaction with the conduct of physical classes.
The School Education Department has made all arrangements to organize online courses. For classes III to X, lessons will be given on DD Yadagiri and T-SAT Vidya channel. Meanwhile, online courses for public school students in Classes I and II will start from August 1. For the past month, the department has decided to revise the main lessons and concepts taught during the last academic year.
As a result, the department released a class schedule for digital courses from July 1-7 on Wednesday. Resuming online classes will help around 25 lakh students studying in public schools and ensure that their school year is not wasted.
To ensure that online lessons reach all levels, the state government has also asked teachers to ensure that students who do not have televisions at home listen to online lessons in offices. from gram panchayat, libraries and on smartphones. Education officials have made it clear for private educational institutions to adhere to guidelines issued by the state government.