Amar Ujala Network, Lucknow
Published by: Dushyant Sharma
Updated Mon, 06 Sep 2021 05:00
The department believes that children are coming to school after seeing and experiencing the horrific form of the second wave of Corona, in such a situation, instead of putting the burden of studies on them, they will be given a comfortable environment. Teachers have been instructed to do engaging activities with the children and in the first and second week, a educative story will be told to the children daily. In classes 1 to 5, one hour of Mathematics and one hour of Hindi will be taught every day. In the remaining time, children will be given opportunity to read library books along with sports activities with children.
To overcome the learning gap due to Corona, the current educational level of the children will be understood by organizing activities with teachers and children. Department secretary Anamika Singh has instructed not to conduct any type of test, written or oral examination of children under any circumstances till further orders.
Schools will run according to the timetable
The schools will be run as per the pre-determined time-table. In schools where children are attending in large numbers, teaching-learning will be conducted in two shifts of three hours each. In such schools where adequate seating arrangement is available, the school will be operated in a single shift from 8 am to 3 pm.
E-Pathshala will also run
E-Pathshala will be organized daily on Uttar Pradesh Doordarshan from 9 am to 1 pm. For the operation of e-pathshala, class wise and subject wise educational material from the state level will be given to the teachers from the WhatsApp group every Sunday at 10 am. Teachers will share that content in parent’s WhatsApp group. The content of the weekly quiz competition will also be shared from the state level every Saturday through WhatsApp.
teacher will do home visit
Children who are not coming to school, the teacher will go to their homes and contact the parents and counsel them and prepare them to send the children to school.