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Padrauna (Kushinagar). In secondary schools, online education is required for children. But due to network problems and most parents don’t have an Android phone, education is more on paper. Many parents only have one Android phone. The parents go to work in the morning and come back in the evening. As a result, it is becoming increasingly difficult for children to learn online in time.
After the second wave of corona infections, the UP board exams were canceled and schools were closed. When schools opened in July, the government issued instructions to start learning online. Accordingly, lessons in secondary schools were started by forming WhatsApp groups. But due to a lack of resources and network problems with parents, online education is proving meaningless.
Udit Narayan Inter College Rector Surendra Kumar Singh said that under the direction of the government, a specialized WhatsApp group of students and teachers was formed in the college. The teachers regularly exchange information on the respective subject. However, due to a lack of resources from the parents, fewer children are supported than the enrolled students. Parents of students who have not yet joined the college’s WhatsApp are encouraged to participate in the online education by meeting with class teachers in person, by phone, or through other resources.
The Headmistress of Kisan Inter College, Pipra Bazar, Dr. Ashwani Kumar Pandey said the parents of students enrolled in funded secondary schools are lacking the most modern resources. Almost 60 percent of parents do not have an Android phone. Those who have Android phones do not have the opportunity to use the internet in a timely manner. Therefore, there is a problem with the online delivery of the specialized material to the children.
Parent Nathulal Kushwaha said he has an Android phone, but the poor network in rural areas makes it difficult for children to study online. Guardian Nandu Kushwaha said he only owned an Android phone. He goes to work during the day and comes home in the evening. Because of this, their children cannot study online during school hours. In the evenings I give the children cell phones so that they can study for a while.

Online studies are the only food

Padrauna (Kushinagar). In secondary schools, online education is required for children. But due to network problems and most parents don’t have an Android phone, education is more on paper. Many parents only have one Android phone. The parents go to work in the morning and come back in the evening. Therefore, it is becoming more and more difficult for the children to study online in time.

After the second wave of corona infections, the UP board exams were canceled and schools were closed. When schools opened in July, the government issued instructions to start learning online. Accordingly, lessons in secondary schools were started by forming WhatsApp groups. But due to a lack of resources and network problems with parents, online education is proving meaningless.

Udit Narayan Inter College Rector Surendra Kumar Singh said that under the direction of the government, a specialized WhatsApp group of students and teachers was formed in the college. The teachers regularly exchange information on the respective subject. However, due to a lack of resources from the parents, fewer children are supported than the enrolled students. Parents of students who have not yet joined the college’s WhatsApp are encouraged to participate in the online education by meeting with class teachers in person, by phone, or through other resources.

The Headmistress of Kisan Inter College, Pipra Bazar, Dr. Ashwani Kumar Pandey said the parents of students enrolled in funded secondary schools are lacking the most modern resources. Almost 60 percent of parents do not have an Android phone. Those who have Android phones do not have the opportunity to use the internet in a timely manner. Therefore, there is a problem with the online delivery of the specialized material to the children.

Parent Nathulal Kushwaha said he has an Android phone, but the poor network in rural areas makes it difficult for children to study online. Guardian Nandu Kushwaha said he only owned an Android phone. He goes to work during the day and comes home in the evening. Because of this, their children cannot study online during school hours. In the evenings I give the children cell phones so that they can study for a while.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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