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Friday, July 16, 2021


 Due to the lockdown, both the daughters of Bhavna are unable to go to school.  His school is making studies at home through online classes.  But Bhavna has only one laptop in her house.  They also have to do work from home and both the daughters also have separate online classes.  Daughters do not want to take classes from smart phones, because share screen has to be done during class.  In which he says that there is a problem

 Due to the lockdown in the entire country, many parents are facing such problems in the education of their children.

 Vira Pandey, principal of Vishwa Bharti Public School, Noida, says that some parents are telling such problems, but we also record the classes, which they can watch later.  Apart from this, classes are also being taken through WhatsApp and by creating closed groups on Facebook.

 Many private schools are taking classes through platforms like Zoom and Microsoft Team.  Lessons can be read in multiple languages ​​on portals like Diksha and Swayam

 But according to a survey, two out of every five parents do not have the necessary equipment to set up online classes for their children.

 In a recent survey by an organization called Local Circle, 23,000 people from 203 districts took part.  Out of which 43% people said that they do not have things like computer, tablet, printer, router for online classes for children.

 To be put in the category of essential goods'

 Akshay Gupta, general manager of the local circle, told BBC Hindi, "The problem is not only with the internet facility or laptop, tablet. The problem is that most of the people are working from home at this time. People say that our  There is only one laptop with me. Which will either harm the child's studies or their work."

 Akshay says that his organization has written a letter to the principal secretaries of all the states and union territories, appealing that things like computers, laptops, routers, printers, paper should also be included in the category of essential things for the education of children and mother.  Father should be allowed to buy them through e-commerce website.

 financially weaker section

 At the same time, the problem of financially weak school children is completely different from this.  In the absence of devices like laptops, tablets, they seem to be lagging behind in online studies.

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 This is evidenced by these

 Joginder Arora, principal of Sarveday Bal Vidyalaya in Delhi's Subhash Nagar, says that his school has more than 1,500 children, mostly from poor families and from nearby Tihar village.  The household income of 90 percent of the children is less than two and a half lakhs.

 Joginder Arora told BBC Hindi, "There are many challenges for poor children in online studies. They may not have smart phones or laptops. They do not have internet facility and they do not know how to use these devices properly.  be."

 According to him, poor families who have migrated from big cities like Delhi will also have children studying in government schools.

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