News Desk, Amar Ujala, Jammu
Published by: charisma chib
Updated Wed, 09 Jun 2021 11:11 AM IS
The Education Department has issued new guidelines for classes.
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The Directorate of School Education has started classes on Radio and TV for the children deprived of mobile internet and equipment required for online classes. The class on radio and TV will be 30 minutes only. Also the DIET principal will first check the content before it is aired.
These classes have started in all the ten districts of Jammu division. The Directorate of School Education has issued new guidelines in this regard. The Directorate of School Education has started classes on All India Radio and Gyan Darshan TV channel. The content to be broadcast will be on the syllabus decided by the JK Board of School Education.
If there is a problem of copyright on the material used in the content, then it will be the responsibility of the creator of the content. At the end of every lecture, students will be given questions as homework, so that the class remains interesting.
In Jammu division, 24 thousand primary and upper primary, while in Kashmir, 16 lakh children will be taught through radio. At the same time, 3 lakh 29 thousand children of 3132 secondary schools will be taught through Gyan Darshan channel. At the same time, 2 lakh 11 thousand children of 1250 Higher Secondary School will be taught in Kashmir.