The Telangana govt has recently announced unlock in the state. Also, it announced that the schools and other educational institutions will reopen from July 1. With this, the parents of the students were left in dilemma whether they should send their children to the school or not in the wake of the coronavirus. According to the reports, this was discussed in the recent cabinet meeting and the cabinet decided to make parental consent mandatory if their children want to attend for offline classes. The Hyderabad School Parents Association (HSPA) is totally opposed to the conduct of live classes while some of the Teachers’ unions welcomed the government decision, said Venkat, the joint secretary of the Teachers’ unions.
As there are no sanitation workers in schools, it completely relies upon parents whether their children should attend the offline or online mode of classes.