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Government did this to save the loss of children's education
Government did this to save the loss of children's education

Lockdown has greatly affected India's economy. Students have suffered the most due to this virus. The Ministry of Human Resource Development is working with full power to ensure that students do not get hit. Under this, all states are being provided with the study material in their own language. Also, how many students it has reached, information is also being taken every day. Along with this, the Ministry has also directed to continue activities related to students' welfare.

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The Ministry is busy teaching students from home, through online, mobile and TV etc. These include all students from school to higher education and technical education. Meanwhile, the Ministry has also deployed top officials at the level of the Ministry to conduct this entire system properly.

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Apart from this, the responsibility of online education related to schools including NIOS has been given to RC Meena, Joint Secretary of the Ministry, while students of Central University and IIT etc. have been given the responsibility of studying at home, Additional Secretary Rakesh Sarwal. Along with this, the ministry has also hired two senior officers to keep the activities related to the students' welfare well. Joint Secretary Chandra Shekhar has been given the responsibility of higher educational institutions, while Navodaya schools etc. have been given the responsibility of Commissioner Navodaya Vidyalaya Sangathan BK Singh. The Ministry of Human Resource Development has also asked educational institutions like CBSE, NCERT, NCTE and NIOS to keep in touch with states and students through their local offices.

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