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Online Classes For Students Banned In Andhra Pradesh:- With the arrival of coronavirus, all the educational institutions are shut across the country. Most of the students are passed without conducting the examinations and they are promoted to their next classes. Most of the private schools and colleges are conducting online classes with situations not calming down. Several parents complained after they are against the system of online classes. Andhra Pradesh Education Minister Adimulapu Suresh today issued a statement about the ongoing online classes system.
He warned the private schools not to conduct any online classes for students across the state. Suresh hinted that the academic year will start from August and all the schools are expected to reopen from August 3rd as announced by the government of Andhra Pradesh. Adimulapu Suresh said that strict action would be taken against all the schools which conduct online classes for their students. Suresh also said that some of the private schools did not pay their salaries to the teachers during the lockdown.
Andhra Pradesh School Education Regulatory and Monitoring Commission will look into this matter. The government of Andhra Pradesh received special guidelines from the Centre to conduct UG and PG exams.