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Online classes for students in Telangana will begin on September 1st, the school education department announced in its order on Monday.

It found that the Cabinet meeting on Aug. 5 had approved the start of admission and given the green signal for the start of distance learning and electronic learning for schools.

“After careful examination, the government hereby allows online instruction on various digital / TV / T-SAT platforms in all schools as part of e-learning and distance learning from September 1, 2020.

From August 27th, all teachers will visit schools regularly and prepare e-content lessons, ”says the regulation.

The schools will remain “physically” closed to students until further orders, he added.

The School Education Director was asked to follow an alternate calendar prepared by the State Council for Education Research and Training (SCERT) and issue detailed operational guidelines.

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