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Tuesday, 29 December 2020

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 Home LEarning Daily Video 30 December 2020 std 3 to 12

The COVID-19 has resulted in schools shut all across the planet . Globally, over 1.2 billion children are out of the classroom.

As a result, education has changed dramatically, with the distinctive rise of e-learning, whereby teaching is undertaken remotely and on digital platforms.

Research suggests that online learning has been shown to extend retention of data , and take less time, meaning the changes coronavirus have caused could be here to remain .

While countries are at different points in their COVID-19 infection rates, worldwide there are currently quite 1.2 billion children in 186 countries suffering from school closures thanks to the pandemic. In Denmark, children up to the age of 11 are returning to nurseries and schools after initially closing on 12 March, but in South Korea students are responding to roll calls from their teachers online.


With this sudden shift faraway from the classroom in many parts of the world , some are wondering whether the adoption of online learning will still persist post-pandemic, and the way such a shift would impact the worldwide education market.


The countrywide lockdown to curb the spread of the novel coronavirus disease (COVID-19), entwined with health and safety concerns, has brutally disrupted India’s economy.


The economic consequences of the pandemic also as local lockdowns are well-discussed and have surfaced within the gross domestic product and industrial production numbers. But there's another side to the ramifications: the shortage of skillful imparting of education may translate into an economic adversity over time.


India’s gross enrollment ratio in education was a mere 27.4 per cent for 2017-18, consistent with the All India Survey on education (AISHE). this is often not great news compared to other developing countries. things might be further battered by the possible decline in enrollment thanks to limited access to online education.


There are a couple of details that require to be addressed in such a scenario: Is online education viable? Will our ‘future of the nation’ contribute to the human capital and participate in reviving the economy?


The internet and digital infrastructure with a big penetration may be a boon for education. The Pradhan Mantri e-Vidya Programme was launched in May to amplify the efforts for a far better shift online.


The top 100 universities within the country were permitted to start out online courses in May, without the necessity to hunt approval from education regulators. States like Karnataka announced their own policies to form online education accessible.


The countrywide lockdown to curb the spread of the novel coronavirus disease (COVID-19), entwined with health and safety concerns, has brutally disrupted India’s economy.


The economic consequences of the pandemic also as local lockdowns are well-discussed and have surfaced within the gross domestic product and industrial production numbers. But there's another side to the ramifications: the shortage of skillful imparting of education may translate into an economic adversity over time.


India’s gross enrollment ratio in education was a mere 27.4 per cent for 2017-18, consistent with the All India Survey on education (AISHE). this is often not great news compared to other developing countries. things might be further battered by the possible decline in enrollment thanks to limited access to online education.


There are a couple of details that require to be addressed in such a scenario: Is online education viable? Will our ‘future of the nation’ contribute to the human capital and participate in reviving the economy?


The internet and digital infrastructure with a big penetration may be a boon for education. The Pradhan Mantri e-Vidya Programme was launched in May to amplify the efforts for a far better shift online.

Since the COVID -19 pandemic has disrupted the traditional lifestyle of individuals across the world , the virtual world has come to the rescue. Amongst many institutions schools have also shifted their base to virtual platforms to conduct classes online. Consequently, catering to the requirements of all stages of education from pre-primary to college level, online education has emerged as an alternate to ordinary face to face classes. 




The top 100 universities within the country were permitted to start out online courses in May, without the necessity to hunt approval from education regulators. States like Karnataka announced their own policies to form online education accessible.





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Accordingly, various stakeholders like government and personal organizations try their best to help one another by sprucing up their existing online platforms, apps and providing training to teachers to use these apps and platforms to the optimum level. Moreover, efforts are being made by both government and non-government organisations and edtech companies to support the varsity system to form a smooth transition to the virtual world.  

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Upskilling and motivating teachers, organising counselling sessions for stakeholders like teachers, parents and students are a number of the important measures taken by the administration within the recent past. Making endless effort to supply customised teaching-learning material suitable for online classes is differently of facilitating the schooling of youngsters . The Central government has recently launched the PM e-VIDYA platform, with 12 new DTH channels, one for every class to succeed in bent all stratas of society. These efforts have proved beneficial to a large chunk of the school-going population. 

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