Physical Classes are Optional Not Mandatory, Residential Schools will Not Reopen on Sept 1: Telangana HC

Hyderabad: Telangana State High Court stayed the physical reopening of all residential schools from 1st September.

  • All residential schools including government, private has been suspended by Telangana High Court to prevent spread of Covid-19
  • However, Student in are regular day classes shall not be compelled to attend the school physically, and no private or government school should impose any kind of penalty on children for not attending the physical school.
  • The court also directed the school to not insist upon any undertaking form the parents and if any such undertaking is collected, it will not be valid.
  • All the schools to take all precautions to run physical classes.
  • All schools to continue online classes along with physical classes in hybrid mode.

A two judge panel of the Telangana High Court Comprising Acting Chief Justice M S Ramachandra Rao and Justice T Vinod Kumar gave directions pertaining to reopening of all schools in the State from September 1.

Following the interim stay by Telangana High Court, on re-opening of residential schools, the Education department has issued the following Statement.


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