Delhi govt begins school, on YouTube

By: Express News Service | New Delhi |

Updated: July 7, 2020 9:57:03 am





Don’t hold board exams: Manish Sisodia to HRD Ministry “…a huge number of students and their parents have shown great interest in online learning. This has raised the confidence of the teachers…,” said Sisodia.

Over 1.35 lakh students of Class 12 accessed live YouTube classes taken by Delhi government teachers on the first day of its launch, Deputy Chief Minister Manish Sisodia said Monday.

Monday was the first day of Delhi government’s remote teaching-learning approach for the month of July, which was announced by Sisodia last week.

“Students from KG to Grade 8 received their first worksheet which they will now receive every day. It contains engaging, syllabus agnostic activities to promote reading, writing, basic numeracy and happiness among children. Similarly, students in Grade 9 and 10 received worksheets for Hindi, Science and Maths today. Henceforth, they will receive 2-3 worksheets every day,” the government said in a statement.

For class 12 students, online classes in English and History were held Monday. “The classes were streamed on YouTube and students were asking their doubts through Youtube comments… Around 23,000 students watched the live lessons,” the government said. Till Monday night, around 1.35 lakh students had accessed the videos.

“…a huge number of students and their parents have shown great interest in online learning. This has raised the confidence of the teachers…,” said Sisodia.

???? The Indian Express is now on Telegram. Click here to join our channel (@indianexpress) and stay updated with the latest headlines

For all the latest Education News, download Indian Express App.

Zeeshan Laskar

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Next Post

US visa move: Its impact on Indian students and available options, check details

Wed Jul 8 , 2020
Students attending universities/schools offering normal in-person classes can stay, but they cannot take more than “one class or three credit hours online,” said a statement from United States’ ICE on Monday. (Photo: The Indian Express) The US Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICR) on Monday announced that foreign students will not […]