Parents in Telangana unhappy with extension of summer | Sidnaz Blog

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HYDERABAD: The decision to extend the summer holidays until June 20 has not gone down well with parents as they feel that students, especially those from the government schools, are missing out to learn.
They said that while many private schools have already started online classes, government schools are forced to wait for the start of digital classes. They said that the state should at least start classes for higher classes immediately.
“It is unfair to extend summer vacation once again. Why is the state not conducting online classes? As the situation is not favourable to conduct physical classes, the state should think of starting digital classes at least for higher class students,” said Nagati Narayana, president, Telangana Parents Association.
He said that at the time when corporate and private schools have already started conducting online classes, making government school students sit idle at home is not acceptable. “At least from June 21, digital classes for government students should be started,” he added.


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