The Telangana government has released an important alert for the Telangana Intermediate students.The state government has decided to start online classes for intermediate second-year students in government junior colleges from July 1.The State Education Minister Sabita Indrareddy gave necessary guidelines to the respective officials regarding this.Against this backdrop, Telangana Intermediate Board Secretary Syed Omar Jalil ordered the state government junior college managements to start online classes from July 1.
Also, the state government announced that the online classes will be conducted based on a 70 per cent syllabus.It is learned that the admissions for the Intermediate first year will take place in phases until July 5 and later the admissions will take place in two to three phases.
The online classes will be conducted through TSAT and Doordarshan.
As in the previous year, online classes will be conducted based on 70% of the syllabus for the 2021-22 academic year.
According to the information available, the Intermediate Board has decided to set up digital libraries in colleges for students who do not have access to TVs and smartphones for online classes.Already, the state government implemented this facility in 200 private colleges.