Online lessons during the COVID-19 pandemic

Image of online education: Class 1 to 12 syllabus will be delivered through TV Education News Photo

A Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) has been signed between the Ministry of Human Resource Development (HRD) and Rotary – a social organization. Under the MoU, audio visual content will be created for classes 1 to 12 for students across India. The content will be available through television and online platforms.

The content will be developed on the basis of NCERT syllabus. The main objective is to provide content for the economically weaker sections who do not have any means of internet. Earlier in May, students complained that most of the online content was in English.

Under the MoU, modules for classes 1-12 will be telecast through twelve national television channels of NCERT. The modules will also be available through DIKSHA, the national mobile app of the Government of India.

Speaking at the launch, HRD Minister said that in the time of Corona virus it becomes our duty to protect our children and this initiative will help in keeping them safe and on track. He also said that even though we have not reached every child in India, the efforts of the Ministry are continuing in this direction.

Nishank also said, “Though NCERT books are available in 15 languages ​​through DIKSHA and SWAYAM, which are one of the largest online education portals, the ministry has launched television networks to reach out to students sitting in remote corners of India. and has collaborated with radio channels. ,

The HRD Minister also asked parents and teachers to send their suggestions regarding reducing the syllabus for the upcoming academic year.

tag: Online Education Class 1 to 12 NCERT Curriculum HRD Ministry


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