Educational Institutions likely to reopen from 1st Feb in Telangana

Hyderabad, Jan 29: Telangana State Education Department gave a green signal to reopen the schools from February 1st onwards. According to the reports, the officials submitted a report to the state government asking to reopen the schools from February as the holidays are going to be completed on 31st January. It is known that the state government declared holidays for the schools till January 31 to prevent the spread of the virus.

Now, the state government decided to reopen the educational institutions from February 1 onwards amid following strict Covid-rules. The officials are requesting the officials to take all preventive measures in the educational institutions.


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