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Wednesday, June 10, 2020

Schools May Go For Odd-Even Plan

Schools May Go For Odd-Even Plan
NEW DELHI: lt could be ‘oddeven’ time for classrooms in schools post the national lockdown, which means there will be only 50% students on campus on any given day.
            
As per the school reopening plan being considered by the National Council of Educational Research and Training (NCERT), social distancing and more individualistic assessment and teaching-learning will be guiding principles likely to be announced by the ministry of human resource development (MHRD) next week.
                
Given concerns over a digital divide between schools as well as students, the Council is creating material and live interaction content to be aired through TV channels through an ‘each class, one channel’ strategy.

Stating that final guidelines will be approved by the MHRD, NCERT Director Hrushikesh Senapaty said the idea is to create a conducive environment with involvement of all stakeholders and not compromise on the learning outcomes of students.

Claiming to be the first in the country to offer such a scheme in government schools, the state education department will roll out “Gyankunj” scheme for Class VII and VIII students in 2,051 government schools across districts by July.

IN A major move towards digitisation of education, the Gujarat government schools from this academic session will start replacing school bags and textbooks with tablets, making students “burden-free”. Claiming to be the first in the country to offer such a scheme in government schools, the state education department will roll out “Gyankunj” scheme for Class VII and VIII students in 2,051 government schools across districts by July.

Schools May Go For Odd-Even Plan

These schools will be chosen from nearly 34,000 government primary schools in Gujarat. Gujarat Chief Minister Vijay Rupani, during an enrolment drive in Ahmedabad’s Asarwa constituency on Saturday, claimed “mahapurush” have been from government and not private schools and that Gujarat is all set to pave way for digital and quality education in its government schools where students will be free from burden of school bags, textbooks and stationery, and get tech-savvy through handy tablets.

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