Although the government has allowed physical classes in the state, schools are not yet fully open. As of Thursday, 1,147 schools were not open. All of the government schools are open. Attendance, on the other hand, rose to 28.12 percent on Thursday. While 11.37 lakh people went to school on the first day, the number rose to 14.76 lakh on the second day.
There are 37,768 government, aided, and private schools in the state, in which 52,52,303 students have enrolled. Of these, 36,621 schools opened on Thursday, with 14,76,874 attending physical classes. The attendance of students in government schools increased by ten percent on the second day. There are a total of 26,285 government schools in the state, of which 19,95,319 students are enrolled. Of these, 7,74,502 (38.82%) attended.
There were 31,73,484 students in 10,815 schools in private schools, of whom 6,89,813 (21.74%) attended. On the second day also, the teachers paid special attention to the management of sanitation in the schools. Rajanna Siricilla (40.42%) and Hanumakonda (40.31%) topped the list in student attendance, followed by Medchal (17.26%) and Peddapalli (17.88%) districts. In government schools, 50.7 percent of students attended in Mahabubabad district, while in Hyderabad 27.01 percent of students attended.
Although the government has given permission for physical classes, 1,147 schools are yet to open for various reasons. While all government schools are open, 1,082 private schools are not yet open. More than half of these schools (665) are in Hyderabad district. Of the 668 aided schools, only 603 reopened.