Jammu: New guideline of online classes not acceptable to private school operators

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News Desk, Amar Ujala, Jammu

Published by: Prashant Kumar
Updated Tue, 08 Jun 2021 1:23 PM IST

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The chairman of JK Education Chamber said that in the guidelines issued by the government, such an order was issued only to take the sympathy of the people keeping the experts completely absent. It is affecting 25 lakh children of the state.

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The new guidelines set by the School Education Department for virtual classes are not acceptable to private school operators. Private school operators say that this will not only affect the education of the children, but it will be a challenge for the schools to complete the syllabus. Instead of reducing the syllabus, the government reduced the screen time. From this it seems that the guideline has been issued only and only for the sympathy and political purpose of the public.

JK Education Chamber Chairman GN War said that the new guideline for virtual classes has been decided by ignoring the students and experts. If the government’s guideline is so effective then why not implement it all over the country.

He said that JK Education Chamber organized two workshops on the new guidelines. One workshop will be attended by experts from the state, while the other will be attended by experts from education and children from across the country and abroad. In these workshops, after taking the opinion of experts and people, they will present their recommendations before the government. In this, the effects of the new order will be highlighted.

So far no objection has come from the private schools. If something like this comes up, it will be looked into. Nisar Aham Wani, Additional Commissioner, School Education Department

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The new guidelines set by the School Education Department for virtual classes are not acceptable to private school operators. Private school operators say that this will not only affect the education of the children, but it will be a challenge for the schools to complete the syllabus. Instead of reducing the syllabus, the government reduced the screen time. From this it seems that the guideline has been issued only and only for the sympathy and political purpose of the public.

JK Education Chamber Chairman GN War said that the new guideline for virtual classes has been decided by ignoring the students and experts. If the government’s guideline is so effective then why not implement it all over the country.

He said that JK Education Chamber organized two workshops on the new guidelines. One workshop will be attended by experts from the state, while the other will be attended by experts from education and children from across the country and abroad. In these workshops, after taking the opinion of experts and people, they will present their recommendations before the government. In this, the effects of the new order will be highlighted.

So far no objection has come from the private schools. If something like this comes up, it will be looked into. Nisar Aham Wani, Additional Commissioner, School Education Department

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