A private school at Panjeshah in the old city of Hyderabad reportedly defied government orders by taking classes till the evening.
Though the parents have reminded school authorities about the half-day’s government directive and sought clarification as to why being run the school full time? The School management is reportedly not in a mood to listen the parents and students and continued to run it as usual.
Mohammed Ahmed, TDP leader alleged that the school authorities reportedly is defying government order to run half day school and forcing students to attend classes by the evening. He demanded Education Department to intervene in the matter and take immediate action against the school authorities.
“Sir, It is brought to your kind notice that a Private School ‘INDO-AMERICAN’ situated at Panjeshah defies government order and continued functioning by the evening. The parents, however, reminded about the half-day school directive issued by Government of Telangana. Despite this, the school authorities are not in a mood to follow the orders, and continued functioning as usual. Please look into this matter and do the needful immediately,’’ tweeted, Mohammed Ahmed, TDP leader from old city of Hyderabad.
It may be mentioned here that All the Regional Joint Directors of School Education and District Educational Officers in the state were directed to communicate the orders to the school functioning under all managements and monitor the implementation.
“All the Regional Joint Directors of School Education and District Educational Officers in the state are here by informed that half-day schools will be commenced from 15th March onwards till last working day i.e. 24-04-2023 of the academic year. The schools i.e. Primary, Upper Primary and High Schools under all managements i.e. Government, Aided and Private Management shall function from 8:00 A.M. to 12:30 P.M. The special classes shall continue for preparing Class X students for the SSC Public Examination, April 2023. The schools which have SSC Examination Centers shall function from 1.00 P.M. to 5.00 P.M.,’’ mentioned in the proceedings of the Director of Education Telangana.
when Voicupmedia.in contacted to School authorities, they were not available to comment on the issue.