The faculty schooling division, Punjab, will begin on-line courses by way of the DD Punjabi tv channel for college students of sophistication 1-12. The courses will start from May 5 onwards. The step has been taken to curtail the educational loss as a result of COVID-19 disaster throughout the nation as faculties within the state have been closed down.
Punjab schooling minister, Vijay Inder Singla on Tuesday has given the consent to conduct on-line courses by way of DD Punjabi. The TV courses for college students from class 1-5 will probably be from 9 am to 10:40 am. For college students of sophistication 6-12, the courses will probably be carried out from 10:40 am to 4 pm. The each day schedule of those DD Punjabi courses will probably be despatched to the scholars in the future upfront by way of the college principal and the involved academics.
The Secretary of School Education, Krishan Kumar knowledgeable that the division has extra expertise with on-line studying as in comparison with final 12 months and the academics have discovered from final 12 months’s challenges, which will probably be useful for the scholars.
The Director of State Council for Education Research and Training, Jagtar Singh knowledgeable that final 12 months 4189 lectures on pre-primary to class 12 have been broadcasted on DD Punjabi. It additionally included streamwise lectures for English, Hindi, Mathematics, Punjabi Science, Social Studies and Welcome Life.
Apart from this, the schooling division has additionally developed the Punjab Educare app, by way of which the academics have uploaded their lectures. He stated that college students of presidency faculties, in addition to these related and affiliated with the Punjab School Education Board (PSEB), will be capable to avail on-line courses by way of DD Punjabi.
The college students will be capable to attend these courses on DD Punjabi Free Dish Channel No. 22, Airtel Dish Channel No. 572, Videocon D2H Channel No. 791, Tata Sky Channel No. 1949. Fastway’s Channel 39, Dish TV Channel No. 1169, Sun Direct’s Channel No. 670 and Reliance Big TV channel quantity 950.