ADILABAD: Students from government residential schools are waiting for the reopening of social, tribal, minority and KGBV residential schools so that they can start attending physical classes. They are still subject to online classes even as other government schools reopened on September 1. Many are wondering why residential schools are being singled out while students and their parents are dismayed. This has badly impacted adivasi students from tribal ashram schools.
Many parents opine that students of residential schools have suffered a lot in the absence of physical classes for the last one and half years and ridicule the ‘unscientific’ claims of a possible third wave.
In the old Adilabad district, members of the parents committee of Social welfare Residential schools and members of ‘Swaero’ submitted memorandums to district officials seeking that the institutions be reopened in the interests of students and their future.
Sone Kamble Vikas of Indravelli said many students are facing difficulties in attending online classes as they do not have mobile phones while there are also signal problems in the interiors....