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Sunday, 10 January 2021

Home Learning Daily video 11 January std 1 to 12

 Home Learning Daily video 11 January std 1 to 12

As it races ahead to the amount two position on India's most precious startups list, Byju's has also contributed to education continuity for college kids , by offering free online classes during the Covid-19 pandemic. But is online education here to remain permanently , or is it a short lived surge which will flatten once normalcy returns? Divya Gokulnath, the co-founder of Byju's tells Network 18's Kartik Malhotra that blended education - a healthy mixture of online and physical classroom education - are going to be the new normal. Listen certain more.


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Finally, Thomas reviews the present status of the auto sector demand and why Mahindra is lagging behind.

The Gujarat government on Wednesday announced that it's decided to reopen schools for classes 10th and 12th and colleges within the state from January 11, provided Covid-19 guidelines are followed. The education minister also announced that decisions regarding other classes and first schools are going to be taken later.


Bhupendrasinh Chudasama, the education minister of Gujarat said, "In a gathering held today, headed by the Gujarat Chief Minister Vijay Rupani, it's been decided to reopen the faculties for classes 10th and 12th and colleges within the state. Before that, I had many discussions with my department officials, educational experts, academicians and other stakeholders about going for the continuation of education. Today, the cupboard has decided that for these classes and colleges, education are going to be allowed to continue from the January 11th. For this, they shall strictly need to follow the quality Operating Protocol (SOP prepared by the central government."


The minister added that the choice taken on Wednesday applied to all or any the faculties colleges within the state including the govt , grant in aid, self financed, Kasturba Gandhi Balika Vidyalay and every one the faculties under Social justice and empowerment. For the remainder of the faculties the govt are going to be choosing it later.





He further said the attendance of the scholars won't be made mandatory, but the faculties and colleges will need to have a written consent from the oldsters of the scholars . For that, a form are going to be provided by the govt to the oldsters . The principals of all the tutorial institutes will need to make sure that all the facilities to follow the SOP are adequate. the whole teaching staff and every one students will need to be checked for his or her temperature through Thermal Guns.






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There are differences in these patterns by community type and parents’ education level. Roughly two-thirds of scholars attending suburban schools (65%) say they use the web for homework a day or almost a day , compared with 58% who attend schools in cities, 50% of these who attend in rural areas and 44% of these attending schools in towns. Students whose parents graduated from college are more likely to use the web for homework reception . Some 62% of those students use the web reception for homework, compared with smaller shares of scholars whose parents have some post-high school education (53%), have only a highschool education (52%) or haven't any highschool education (48%).

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