🔥 The Kerala Education Department runs online courses for economically disadvantaged and underdeveloped children in the library and Anganwadi | through lessons for economically disadvantaged and backward children, online lessons in the education department of Kerala, in the library and in Anganwadi
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- Children from poor and backward communities visit these centers due to the lack of smartphones
- Online courses are organized in the state through the Victors educational channel.
In the midst of the corona epidemic and subsequent closure, the Kerala State Ministry of Education is constantly trying to continue studying. In this series, online courses were started for financially weak and underdue students in state libraries and Anganwadis. In this regard, the Assistant Education Officer said that it would not be possible to open schools this year. In such a situation, the state government has launched a new way of learning online. As of June 1st, the government launched a test run of online learning for students. Since children from poor and backward communities do not have a smartphone, they should not be left behind during their studies, so these courses are organized.
Lessons take place from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
A teacher from Maruthonkara in Kozhikot said about the online class that the Maruthonkara Gram Panchayat arranged a laptop, a projector and a screen for the lessons for tribal students. Online courses are organized in the country via the Victors education channel. It is the country’s first educational satellite channel operated by the State Department of Education. As a result, courses are organized for all students of different classes from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Board exams postponed in the state
For online courses, all students have been given a schedule that matches their class. The children of the Kattunayaka tribe also study in this online class according to their schedule. In fact, given the increasing number of coronas in the state, all schools and colleges have been closed since March. Apart from this, the 10th and 12th audits of the state board have already been canceled or postponed due to the situation.
Kerala: The state education department runs online courses in libraries and Anganwadis for economically weak and underdue students because the schools are closed due to # COVID-19. Asst Education Officer says: “Students from poor and backward communities don’t have smartphones, so they come to such centers.” pic.twitter.com/VvYSZZegJf
– ANI (@ANI) June 11, 2020