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Online Class: A Study By The Azim Premji Foundation Showed 60 Percent Children In India Are Not Able To Use Internet

News Desk, Amar Ujala, New Delhi

Published by: Pranjul Srivastava
Updated Mon, 15 Nov 2021 08:36 AM IST

Summary

In this survey conducted by Azim Premji Foundation, it has been revealed that 60 percent children are away from online classes due to lack of internet access.

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Schools have been closed for almost 18 months due to corona infection. Virtual classes are being conducted in these schools. In such a situation, a report has exposed this system. The report has claimed that more than 60 percent of children in India are unable to access the Internet, in such a situation that schools running on remote option and alternative system of education have suffered a major setback.

This study conducted by the Azim Premji Foundation has revealed that 60 percent of school children are unable to watch virtual classes simply because they do not have internet access. Another study has revealed that more than half of the parents complained about internet signal and speed in schools not only in rural but also in urban areas. Apart from this, huge expenditure on mobile data has also become a problem for them.

Only 20 percent children are able to do online classes
It has been said in the report that only 20 percent of the children are such, who are able to take online classes completely during this epidemic. Only half of these children are able to join the live class.

children left school
The report claimed that about 38 per cent children dropped out of school due to internet problems. The survey said that 38 percent of parents said that online classes are not the right way. In this, the child is not reading and understanding in the same way as it happens in offline classes.

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Schools have been closed for almost 18 months due to corona infection. Virtual classes are being conducted in these schools. In such a situation, a report has exposed this system. The report has claimed that more than 60 percent of children in India are unable to access the Internet, in such a situation that schools running on remote option and alternative system of education have suffered a major setback.

This study conducted by the Azim Premji Foundation has revealed that 60 percent of school children are unable to watch virtual classes simply because they do not have internet access. Another study has revealed that more than half of the parents complained about internet signal and speed in schools not only in rural but also in urban areas. Apart from this, huge expenditure on mobile data has also become a problem for them.

Only 20 percent children are able to do online classes

It has been said in the report that only 20 percent of the children are such, who are able to take online classes completely during this epidemic. Only half of these children are able to join the live class.

children left school

The report claimed that about 38 per cent children dropped out of school due to internet problems. The survey said that 38 percent of parents said that online classes are not the right way. In this, the child is not reading and understanding in the same way as it happens in offline classes.

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