Lockdown: Online classes for Haryana govt school students till normalcy returns
To ensure academic work does not get disrupted due to the Covid-19 lockdown, the Haryana government has decided that students from classes I to XII studying in government schools will be taught through various e-learning platforms till the situation comes back to normal.
Till the time schools reopen, students will be taught through various e-learning platforms, Education Minister Kanwar Pal said on Wednesday.
He said that the new academic session generally starts from April 1 every year, but it could not be done this year due to the nationwide lockdown.
He said the Education department has also created a website www.haryanaedusat.com to help the students in e-learning, according to an official release.
Audio/video material uploaded on the Haryana EDUSAT network has also been made available on the portal, the minister added.
Covid-19: Time table has ben prepared
A general time table of studies have been prepared which will be available on the website.
Apart from this, teachers will teach the students every day from 9.30 am to 12.30 pm through various e-learning platforms that will help the students continue with their studies even when they are at home.
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