Campaign to teach students through virtual lessons

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Balrampur. Due to the corona epidemic, teachers have launched a campaign to teach through virtual classes so that students’ lessons are not interrupted by the closure of secondary schools. The teachers raised awareness among both students and their parents by running a door-to-door awareness campaign.
By order of the Additional Chief Secretary, Secondary Education, DIOS has given Govind Ram the task of teaching the teachers of all state-funded and non-funded schools in the district through virtual classes.
Bhagwati Adarsh ​​Vidyalaya’s teachers, Bhagwati Prasad Shukla and Devendra Nath Shukla, went door-to-door in the villages on Saturday and made students aware of learning through virtual classes.
The teachers were motivated to join the WhatsApp teacher group. In addition, the students and parents were given tips on how to prevent communicable diseases and how to prevent the corona epidemic.
Children were encouraged to conduct virtual studies by staying at home by enrolling them in school. Likewise, at the suggestion of Captain GP Tiwari, Rector of the MPP Inter College, the teaching team tries to sensitize the students and parents that their studies are not interrupted during the Corona period.
At the suggestion of DAV Inter College Manager Sanjay Tiwari and Principal Major HP Verma, an awareness campaign for virtual classes is being carried out on behalf of all teachers.
Under the direction of Kumesh Kumar Saroj, Director of Bhartiya Vidyalaya Inter College Utraula, all teachers motivated students to read virtual classes. DIOS announced that the virtual teaching method will be shared in the same way by teachers of all state-funded and non-funded schools in the district in order to teach students during the Corona period.

Balrampur. Due to the corona epidemic, teachers have launched a campaign to teach through virtual classes so that students’ lessons are not interrupted by the closure of secondary schools. The teachers raised awareness among both students and their parents by running a door-to-door awareness campaign.

By order of the Additional Chief Secretary, Secondary Education, DIOS has given Govind Ram the task of teaching the teachers of all state-funded and non-funded schools in the district through virtual classes.

Bhagwati Adarsh ​​Vidyalaya’s teachers, Bhagwati Prasad Shukla and Devendra Nath Shukla, went door-to-door in the villages on Saturday and made students aware of learning through virtual classes.

The teachers were motivated to join the WhatsApp teacher group. In addition, the students and parents were given tips on how to prevent communicable diseases and how to prevent the corona epidemic.

Children were encouraged to conduct virtual studies by staying at home by enrolling them in school. Likewise, at the suggestion of Captain GP Tiwari, Rector of the MPP Inter College, the teaching team tries to sensitize the students and parents that their studies are not interrupted during the Corona period.

At the suggestion of DAV Inter College Manager Sanjay Tiwari and Principal Major HP Verma, an awareness campaign for virtual classes is being carried out on behalf of all teachers.

Under the direction of Kumesh Kumar Saroj, Director of Bhartiya Vidyalaya Inter College Utraula, all teachers motivated students to read virtual classes. DIOS announced that the virtual teaching method will be shared in the same way by teachers of all state-funded and non-funded schools in the district in order to teach students during the Corona period.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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