Online education in up: Only 27% of children in UP have electronic devices, online education is impractical: Akhilesh
LUCKNOW: The President of the Samajwadi Party, Akhilesh Yadav, on Saturday described the decision of the government of Uttar Pradesh as impractical
education after the outbreak of the COVID-19 pandemic.

in the In a statement published here, Yadav said, “The way
in the which the BJP implemented without preparation demonstration and GST it
is similarly proceed with the
education to the
children. The results are not good. This
is an impractical step. ”

He also said: ”
education cannot work without a computer, laptop or smartphone.
27 Percent of
in the the State
to have a laptop or smartphone. More than half of the
in the the state receives no electricity. ”

“Apart from that the speed of the internet connection
is slowly. There
is a difference
in the the socio-economic level of the students, whereby
is not easy for everyone, “he added.

The SP chief said that when his party was out
in the Government had distributed 18 lakh laptops to students. “At the time, the BJP people mocked it and now the laptops
to have become a necessity, “he said.

Yadav also said, “The BJP is talking about Sanskrit and Sanskriti (culture). But the reality
is that the government
is Ignoring the Sanskrit schools. The government
is will close them. Care should be taken to accommodate students and academics who study there. ”


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