Hyderabad: Schools stay with on the internet courses as city reels under rainfall spell
Hyderabad: As the State government stated vacations till July 16 because of hefty rainstorm in the State, several colleges have actually begun performing on the internet courses in order to clean up with the previous curriculum. School educators were additionally seen sharing subjects to clean up via WhatsApp.
Private college educators mentioned that based on the scholastic schedule all colleges associated with the State board must carry out the Formative Assessment (FA-I) tests by July 21. Hence, we are performing on the internet courses so regarding complete the curriculum on schedule.
“As students already had a gap of two years in their studies due to the Covid-19 pandemic and were also promoted easily, hence to not face the loss of studies again we have started conducting online classes,” claimed Gajula Subbalaxami, an independent school instructor.
Simhachalam, a government college instructor claimed, “We have started a WhatsApp group for revising the previous topics so that students can prepare well for their FA-1 exam. Though T-SAT channel, the Education department is telecasting lessons to the students.”
“There is only a week left for the FA-1 exams to begin and we are yet to revise the syllabus. Hence, for the students to do well in their exams, we have started online classes for brushing up the syllabus. Students have also lost writing practice and are using short forms in the exams, hence we are also teaching them writing skills during this week of online classes,” claimed Renuka, an additional independent school instructor.
Yadagiri Shekar Rao, state president, Telangana Recognised School Management Association (TRSMA), claimed, “Around 30 to 35 percent private schools in the city have started online classes to revise the previous topics so that there is no learning gap.”