Frontlist Education | Pre-primary and preparatory classes will also be studied online

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After the new directive issued by the Ministry of Education, Government of India, regarding online digital learning, online classes of children will also be started in Madhya Pradesh. Now teaching work can be done through online/digital classes also in pre-primary and primary classes. As of now, there is a ban on online studies for classes from Pre-Primary to Class 5th.

After the new directive issued by the Ministry of Education, Government of India, regarding online digital learning, online classes of children will also be started in Madhya Pradesh. Now teaching work can be done through online/digital classes also in pre-primary and primary classes. As of now, there is a ban on online studies for classes from Pre-Primary to Class 5th.

Union Ministry of Human Resource Development and Development in view of the operation of online classes through distance education especially mobile / laptop/computer. In this, online classes can be taken in pre-primary classes 3 days a week, up to a maximum of 30 minutes. For this, discussions will be held with parents and parents. For the preparatory classes (first to eighth) a maximum of 2 sessions can be done 5 days a week on the appointed days and the duration of each session will be from 30 to 45 minutes. For High and Higher Secondary (Classes 9th to 12th) classes, a maximum of 4 sessions can be done 6 days a week on fixed days. The duration of each session will be from 30 to 45 minutes.

Chief Minister Shivraj said – Private schools should not pressure children

Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chauhan said a day ago that during the Corona crisis, no private school will charge anything other than tuition fees from children. Not only this, but children who can’t pay fees also will not be removed from school under any circumstances. The education department has full responsibility for this. Officers monitor private schools and take care of parents in distress.

Now schools and colleges are closed till 31 August

Private and government schools in Madhya Pradesh will remain closed till 31 August. The order has been issued today in this regard. Instructions have been given to keep the schools and colleges closed in the Central Government`s Unlock-3 Guideline. Earlier there were orders for closure till 30 July. In view of the Corona crisis, educational work is already closed in higher educational institutions, colleges and universities in the state.

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