New guidelines for online class released in Madhya Pradesh

Jul 06 2020 02:05 PM
New guidelines for online class released in Madhya Pradesh

Bhopal: Children's school is also closed due to Corona lockdown. But now a news related to school has come out in Madhya Pradesh. Our school in the state, our school is going to start from Monday. Teachers have started contacting students in their respective villages. The teacher is going to conduct point-wise studies along with checking the progress of studies. In this regard, State Education Center Commissioner Lokesh Jatav has told that teachers will not get any holiday in the state. Through this scheme, students will be able to study like school at home. Apart from this, teachers will contact five students on phone everyday. We will check the progress in homework and studies by visiting five students.

There is still churning across the country with regard to when and how the children will be able to go to school again. The Ministry of Human Resource Development is soon going to issue guidelines related to online classes. In this guideline, children will spend less time on screen and special care will be taken for mental health. However, in many states, two classes of 30 to 45 minutes will be held from first to eighth grade. There are 4 classes ranging from 30 to 45 minutes for students from 9th to 12th. There is a possibility of online classes for only 2 to 3 hours. Three categories of students have also been made for use of internet.

The state government has already been instructed not to conduct online classes for children up to 5th class. Now after the guideline of the Government of India, the new guideline will be released in Madhya Pradesh too. In the HRD Guideline, teachers and schools have been advised not to run behind completing the syllabus.

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