Only 20 percent of students are associated with online studies

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Only 20 percent of students are connected to an online course
Bijnor. Only 20 percent of the students at UP Board Board Schools are associated with an e-learning course. After a month, the faculty lost sleep due to the low number of students. The exercise of connecting students to online studies was intensified. Knowledgeable experts were appointed to solve the students’ problems.
In view of the corona outbreak, the government started online studies for students in grades 9 to 12 on May 20. There are 387 UP Board schools in the district. Around one lakh study in these schools in grades nine, ten, eleven and twelve. There are instructions for the government to conduct education through e-learning, digital, WhatsApp groups. According to the department, only around 20,000 students are associated with an e-learning course. It was said that the students’ subject and chapter related problems were not resolved. The department did not issue an order for this. Therefore, the students were not interested in studying online. The matter reached the government. Since then, attempts have been made to connect students with online studies. DIOS has appointed more than two dozen high and middle school subject matter experts to solve students’ subject matter problems. Node officers were appointed to oversee this.
Four hours to solve problems
DIOS Rajesh Kumar said that the time was set for the students to solve the problems in the online study. Technical experts are available from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Students can dial the cell phone number of the specialist officer of the district control center. By order of the government, a control room was set up at GGIC Bijnor to monitor online studies. His cell phone number is 9457841122. GIC Director Subhash Kumar is in charge. Who will report to DIOS on a daily basis by performing regular monitoring. From there the daily report goes to the government.
This is the subject matter expert
High School – Anshu Gupta, Anuj Kumar, Siddharth Sharma, Hina Kausar, Amit Chauhan, Ajay Bhatnagar, Shahzad Ahmed, Yogendra Pratap, Shweta Bhatnagar, Sachin Bhardwaj, Usman Ahmed, Gargi, Deepti Yadav.
Intermediate – Dr. Nirmala Sharma, Chandra Varun Deshbandhu, Gayur Asif, Seema Rani, Sudhanshu Vats, Sunil Kumar, Bhupendra Kumar, Tejpal Singh, Rohit Singh, Reena, Swati Yadav, Satyaprakash Gangwar, Rakesh Sharma, Kailash Chandra, Sharmila. Rani Singh, Manoj Kumar Yadav, Swapnil, Sanjeev Kumar.

Only 20 percent of students are connected to an online course

Bijnor. Only 20 percent of the students at UP Board Board Schools are associated with an e-learning course. After a month, the faculty lost sleep due to the low number of students. The exercise of connecting students to online studies was intensified. Knowledgeable experts were appointed to solve the students’ problems.

In view of the corona outbreak, the government started online studies for students in grades 9 to 12 on May 20. There are 387 UP Board schools in the district. Around one lakh study in these schools in grades nine, ten, eleven and twelve. There are instructions for the government to conduct education through e-learning, digital, WhatsApp groups. According to the department, only around 20,000 students are associated with an e-learning course. It was said that the students’ subject and chapter related problems were not resolved. The department did not issue an order for this. Therefore, the students were not interested in studying online. The matter reached the government. Since then, attempts have been made to connect students with online studies. DIOS has appointed more than two dozen high and middle school subject matter experts to solve students’ subject matter problems. Node officers were appointed to oversee this.

Four hours to solve problems

DIOS Rajesh Kumar said that the time was set for the students to solve the problems in the online study. Technical experts are available from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Students can dial the cell phone number of the specialist officer of the district control center. By order of the government, a control room was set up at GGIC Bijnor to monitor online studies. His cell phone number is 9457841122. GIC Director Subhash Kumar is in charge. Who will report to DIOS on a daily basis by performing regular monitoring. From there the daily report goes to the government.

This is the subject matter expert

High School – Anshu Gupta, Anuj Kumar, Siddharth Sharma, Hina Kausar, Amit Chauhan, Ajay Bhatnagar, Shahzad Ahmed, Yogendra Pratap, Shweta Bhatnagar, Sachin Bhardwaj, Usman Ahmed, Gargi, Deepti Yadav.

Intermediate – Dr. Nirmala Sharma, Chandra Varun Deshbandhu, Gayur Asif, Seema Rani, Sudhanshu Vats, Sunil Kumar, Bhupendra Kumar, Tejpal Singh, Rohit Singh, Reena, Swati Yadav, Satyaprakash Gangwar, Rakesh Sharma, Kailash Chandra, Sharmila. Rani Singh, Manoj Kumar Yadav, Swapnil, Sanjeev Kumar.

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