20 percent are students who are not connected to online studies

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Mau. For the pupils of the 6th but so far only 80 percent of the pupils have been able to take part in online education. The reason for this is that there is no better system of grid and electricity supply in rural areas. Because of this, online education is withheld from students.
1.97 lakh children study in 517 secondary schools, of which 67 are supported, 14 state schools in the district. Because of the corona infection, online lessons are taking place in secondary schools. Schools open from July 1st, but only teachers come to the school and do online classes and administrative work including the admissions process. There is an online education for students in grades 6 to 12. A WhatsApp group was created for each school. In addition, studies are being carried out on WhatsApp, Google e-classes and the Swayamprabha channel. Parents of students have been added to the school’s WhatsApp group.
Teachers teach students online through WhatsApp group. On behalf of the department, district coordinator Chandraprakash Srivastava has been given responsibility for online monitoring. According to the department’s statistics, only about 80 percent of students were able to take part in online education. Apart from that, the students also study from television. According to the parents, the online study is withheld from the students due to the irregular power supply and the lack of a network during the online study.
In this regard, District School Inspector Rajendra Prasad says that online education is taking place. 80 percent of the students took part in an online course. Efforts are being made to connect students 100 percent online. Online education is monitored.

Mau. For the pupils of the 6th but so far only 80 percent of the pupils have been able to take part in online education. The reason for this is that there is no better system of grid and electricity supply in rural areas. Because of this, online education is withheld from students.

1.97 lakh children study in 517 secondary schools, of which 67 are supported, 14 state schools in the district. Because of the corona infection, online lessons are taking place in secondary schools. Schools open from July 1st, but only teachers come to the school and do online classes and administrative work including the admissions process. There is an online education for students in grades 6 to 12. A WhatsApp group was created for each school. In addition, studies are being carried out on WhatsApp, Google e-classes and the Swayamprabha channel. Parents of students have been added to the school’s WhatsApp group.

Teachers teach students online through WhatsApp group. On behalf of the department, district coordinator Chandraprakash Srivastava has been given responsibility for online monitoring. According to the department’s statistics, only about 80 percent of students were able to take part in online education. Apart from that, the students also study from television. According to the parents, the online study is withheld from the students due to the irregular power supply and the lack of a network during the online study.

In this regard, District School Inspector Rajendra Prasad says that online education is taking place. 80 percent of the students took part in an online course. Efforts are being made to connect students 100 percent online. Online education is monitored.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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