CHENNAI: The Tamil Nadu authorities on Thursday permitted college students learning in all forms of faculties from Class X to Class XII to go to their faculties on a voluntary foundation for taking steering from their lecturers beginning October 1.
As per the order issued by chief secretary Okay Shanmugam, the courses should be cut up into two batches and college students from just one batch can be permitted on a day. However faculties in containment zones can’t reopen.
“The primary batch shall come to high school on Monday, Wednesday and Friday whereas the second batch shall come to high school on Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday,” he mentioned within the order.
Nevertheless, the chief secretary additional mentioned the net and distance mode studying ought to be continued.
College students can go to their faculties topic to written consent of their dad and mom and guardians.
The central authorities had issued customary working procedures for partial reopening of colleges for college students of Class IX to XII from September 21. Following the announcement, seven states — together with Andhra Pradesh, Haryana and Madhya Pradesh — allowed faculties to reopen for Class IX and above.
The varsity training division has proposed to allow college students learning in Courses X to XII in authorities, government-aided, personal faculties to return to colleges on a voluntary foundation, for taking steering from their lecturers. It additionally requested for permission to name upon 50% of lecturers who’re taking courses for Courses X to XII for offering steering, counselling and different associated work in areas exterior from October 1.
Based mostly on the proposal, the state authorities permitted the scholars to return to colleges.
It additionally issued detailed customary working procedures for sustaining social distancing and to keep away from unfold of Covid-19 in faculties.

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