Engineering Colleges in Telangana to Begin Classes on Aug 17: KCR

The Coronavirus pandemic affected every other sector, but students are struggling more as they have to lose the academic year if everything doesn’t fall in place. However, considering this, the central government already passed the school students without any examination. But, Engineering and other degree colleges have not given clarity yet.

Telangana Chief Minister KCR now announced that the academic year for engineering colleges across Telangana would start from August 17, 2020. It was informed through the official notice from CMO after conducting the meeting with officials at Pragati Bhavan. The ways to strengthen the educational institutes in the state were discussed to stop the exploitation of the sector.

Speaking about schools, KCR said that they would reopen soon. The method of teaching and related issues will be decided after examining centre guidelines and the methods adopted by other states. The further education of orphan girls who studied up to 10th standard at in Kasturba Gandhi Balika Vidyalaya will be taken care by the government. The policy decision regarding this will be announced soon.

The state will follow the UGC and AICTE guidelines to conduct exams to a degree, PG, Engineering final year students, while students of other courses would be promoted to the next class without any exams. KCR requested the administration to conduct a workshop on the present situation of government schools, colleges and other government educational institutions to discuss the ideas for upgrading the status of the state education.

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