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Lalitpur. The use of technology in the exchange of information by the Basic Education Council has become a problem for teachers. The teachers are now protesting against it. In this regard, the Secretary of the Joint Council of State Employees sent a memorandum to the Prime Minister of the State by post. It was said that technology was forcibly imposed on them in exchange of information.
Secretary Hemant Tiwari stated in the memorandum that digital technologies are used for the exchange of information in the Basic Education Council. That annoys the teachers. At the moment it is requested that the information be uploaded to the Prerna portal. The reality is that the environment where the parish schools are located does not have an appropriate network or government-provided digital resource. Only 10 to 20 percent of teachers have Android phones, but many people don’t have enough memory on their phones to perform such tasks.
The lack of networks in schools is a big problem. Even if some teachers upload this information even after providing their additional time, many kinds of practical problems arise. For example, problems attending digital courses for children, problems completing other family tasks on time from private phones. Some officials are trying to put the entire teaching community in the dock to demonstrate their technical expertise. The use of technology to exchange information is only possible in well-equipped offices.
There is a power problem, the tower’s signal is not coming
In remote rural areas, where the availability of electricity and grids is still a problem, this process is practically impossible, says the Council. There is no signal from a tower in more than 20 percent of the borough’s municipal schools. Many people have to climb onto the roof, then only the signals from Madhya Pradesh can be received. In such a situation, the temporal transmission of information in digital form seems to be a very difficult task. He called for the previous system to be implemented in the exchange of information.

Lalitpur. The use of technology in the exchange of information by the Basic Education Council has become a problem for teachers. The teachers are now protesting against it. In this regard, the Secretary of the Joint Council of State Employees sent a memorandum to the Prime Minister of the State by post. It was said that technology was forcibly imposed on them in exchange of information.

Secretary Hemant Tiwari stated in the memorandum that digital technologies are used for the exchange of information in the Basic Education Council. That annoys the teachers. The information is currently being uploaded to the Prerna portal. The reality is that the environment where the parish schools are located does not have an appropriate network or government-provided digital resource. Only 10 to 20 percent of teachers have Android phones, but many people don’t have enough memory on their phones to perform such tasks.

The lack of networks in schools is a big problem. Even if some teachers upload this information even after providing their additional time, many kinds of practical problems arise. For example, problems attending digital courses for children, problems completing other family tasks on time from private phones. Some officials are trying to put the entire teaching community in the dock to demonstrate their technical expertise. The use of technology to exchange information is only possible in well-equipped offices.

There is a power problem, the tower’s signal is not coming

In remote rural areas, where the availability of electricity and grids is still a problem, this process is practically impossible, says the Council. There is no signal from a tower in more than 20 percent of the borough’s municipal schools. Many people have to climb onto the roof, then only the signals from Madhya Pradesh can be received. In such a situation, the temporal transmission of information in digital form seems to be a very difficult task. He called for the previous system to be implemented in the exchange of information.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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