Schools in Andhra Pradesh are set to reopen on November 2. Chief Minister YS Jagan Mohan Reddy said that in November, classes would be held on alternate days, while the system for December will be decided as per the situation, reported India Today.
Studies for Classes I, III, V and VII will be conducted on one day, while on the next day, students of Classes II, IV, VI and VIII will attend school.
He also said that the classes will take place in the morning shift, and the students will be served mid-day meal. The classes will be held once in three days if the strength of the school is more than 750. Online classes will be arranged for students unable to attend school.
Adding that work has not yet started in 153 schools, slab works need to be completed in 472 toilets, Reddy asked officials to prioritise the completion of the ‘Nadu Nedu’ programme in schools by November 15, while maintaining quality. Nadu Nedu programme has yet to be started on 91 NABARD schools, he said.