🔥 In Haryana, four television channels are taught by students, which are broadcast seven hours a day. | In Haryana, four television channels are taught by students, which are broadcast seven hours a day.
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- State-owned cable operators Class-Wise and Subject-Wise broadcast four Haryana Eduset channels a total of seven hours a day.
- Promoted children from the first to the eighth place without an examination, pupils of the eleventh year of life promoted based on grades from other subjects.
The whole country has been closed continuously for several days, which is why all schools and universities are closed. In such a situation, Haryana has now decided to teach the students about television. State Secretary of Education Kanwar Pal Singh said that Haryana is the first state in the country to teach students about television.
Broadcast seven hours a day
The education minister said: “While five DTH channels broadcast the academic curriculum, state cable operator Haryana broadcasts four Edusat channels. Class Vice and Subject-Wise are broadcast for a total of seven hours a day and broadcast again on the same day. Apart from that, NCRT also broadcasts the school education program on the Swayambha Channel. If there is no cable television, the course is completed by digital service providers such as DD, Airtel, Tata Sky, Videocon and Dish TV.
Without an exam, the promotion will take eighth place children
The minister provided information about the exam and said that special arrangements had been made regarding the students’ exam results. Children from the first to the eighth grade were transported without an exam. At the same time, Grade 11 students who had a math subject and failed the exam were promoted based on the grades of the remaining subjects. The Haryana School Education Board also makes special arrangements for evaluating copies.