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DD GIRNAR Prasaran July Month Time table For std 1 to 12 Home Learning Usful Online Education


DD GIRNAR Prasaran July Month Time table For std 3 to 12 Home Learning Online Education
New circular of home learning
no program for primary schools of Gujarat state is July 2021.
I have set a timetable for how to teach online for all primary school children. All children from Std. 1 to Std. 12 are important programs. An online program is broadcast on Doordarshan.
In time children cannot go to school but can study online from home. The most importent program for every child is very important. Its circular and its time table are placed. All the children are in the circular. Share information







DD GIRNAR Prasaran July Month Time table For std 3 to 12 Home Learning Online Education
 


Regarding the broadcasting of educational work on Doordarshan Kendra-DD Girnar under "Home Learning". Content based videos / educational lessons prepared for the students of Std-6 to 8, Std-6 to 8 and Std-8 to 12 from the state level for the educational work of the students through TV i.e. Doordarshan Kendra-DD It is to be started from Girnar channel from 5th July-2021. In this regard, the schedule of educational video to be aired from Doordarshan-DD Girnar for the students of Std-9 to 12 from 5th July to 31st-July-311 is included with all the schools in your district. Parents, students are requested to deliver this timetable through BRC / CRC: Coordinator / Principals / Teachers.Thanks.

By this I mean firstly embracing the flexible and remote working that will be needed across all sectors due to the virus, insurance included. The crisis provides the opportunity for insurers to test and ensure that their businesses have sufficient connectivity to support more staff working off-site and in flexible ways - now, and for the future too.


The Covid-19 coronavirus outbreak that began in China towards the end of last year has now become a global pandemic. Although it now appears to be slowing in China, the spread of the disease is accelerating elsewhere, with the World Health Organization recently describing Europe as its current `epicentre'. Governments are reacting in ever more dramatic ways, closing borders, imposing lockdowns and travel restrictions, shutting schools and colleges, and banning mass gatherings such as sporting events.



The way the crisis will run from here cannot be known. But alongside the tragic human toll, it is already having considerable economic impacts, posing major challenges to the global supply chain and certain business sectors such as airlines, travel and leisure, and causing significant stock market volatility and some precipitous falls. Central banks including the US Federal Reserve and the European Central Bank (ECB) have responded by cutting interest rates. The ECB has expanded its quantitative easing program to make more liquidity available and the Fed could follow suit after the US joined many other countries in declaring a `national emergency'.


A crisis such as Covid-19 affects all business sectors - but it especially puts a spotlight on insurers who can expect to be inundated with general inquiries and claims across multiple different lines, whether that be for health, life or non-life cover. Balancing the need for responding to this influx of activity in the contact centres with a quickly shifting remote workforce is an area that insurers are working to address. Of course, countries are at different stages of coronavirus activity.



Speaking of technology, the crisis could also be the spur to look at moving more systems and applications to the cloud - an area that insurers have lagged other sectors in. With more people working remotely, having systems in the cloud offers much greater bandwidth and capacity than if staff are accessing on-premise servers remotely. This is an opportunity for the insurance industry and could be the catalyst for this movement. Actuarial modelling software, for example, often sits on individuals' computers, as there are deemed to be security issues with putting it in the cloud. But with today's cloud services offering enhanced security protocols, perhaps the time has come for more of the industry to make the move.



What this means today is that management teams should be rapidly assessing operational areas with high concentrations of human capital support such as call centers, claims, shared service centers, etc. to determine the impact. Business disruption or resiliency plans are being tested, stressed and in some cases derived. This is especially true in areas where there is a lack of digital workflow tools, limited virtual or mobile work station capabilities or unscaled communication technology. These traditional methods are often used for completing moderate to more complex processing activities that require a team approach to resolution. This situation is allowing for a significant shift in the adoption rate of new ways of working, including the supporting technology, which may change the ways organizations are run post crisis.

Speaking of technology, the crisis could also be the spur to look at moving more systems and applications to the cloud - an area that insurers have lagged other sectors in. With more people working remotely, having systems in the cloud offers much greater bandwidth and capacity than if staff are accessing on-premise servers remotely. This is an opportunity for the insurance industry and could be the catalyst for this movement. Actuarial modelling software, for example, often sits on individuals' computers, as there are deemed to be security issues with putting it in the cloud. But with today's cloud services offering enhanced security protocols, perhaps the time has come for more of the industry to make the move.



DD GIRNAR Prasaran July Month Time table For std 3 to 12 Home Learning Online Education


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3 TO 12 TIME TABLE
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Regarding the broadcasting of educational work on Doordarshan Kendra-DD Girnar under "Home Learning". Content based videos / educational lessons prepared for the students of Std-6 to 8, Std-6 to 8 and Std-8 to 12 from the state level for the educational work of the students through TV i.e. Doordarshan Kendra-DD It is to be started from Girnar channel from 5th July-2021. In this regard, the schedule of educational video to be aired from Doordarshan-DD Girnar for the students of Std-9 to 12 from 5th July to 31st-July-311 is included with all the schools in your district. Parents, students are requested to deliver this timetable through BRC / CRC: Coordinator / Principals / Teachers.Thanks.

By this I mean firstly embracing the flexible and remote working that will be needed across all sectors due to the virus, insurance included. The crisis provides the opportunity for insurers to test and ensure that their businesses have sufficient connectivity to support more staff working off-site and in flexible ways - now, and for the future too.




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